Students study horse's body

Victoria College students in Debra Chronister's art fundamentals class welcomed an unusual model to campus Thursday afternoon. The art students studied the anatomy of a living creature so they can draw it more effectively. They then painted a skeleton onto the horse to better understand where the skeleton is situated and made several sketches. Student Cheyenne Kelly paints on Mardi, the horse she brought to class for the study, while Morgan Flessner, left, holds an anatomical drawing of a horse. Other students participating in the project were Christina Barrientez, Aaron Ulcak, Zak Blundell, Reyna Esparza and Erika Ortiz. Mardi was even-tempered as students examined him from head to toe and used water-based tempera paint for the skeleton art.
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Victoria College students in Debra Chronister's art fundamentals class welcomed an unusual model to campus on Thursday afternoon. The art students studied the anatomy of a living creature so they can draw it more effectively. They then painted a skeleton onto the horse to better understand where the skeleton is situated and made several sketches.


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