Institute brings out latent artistic talent

By Rick Carpenter -

Lyn Taylor talks about the importance of making a grid during a colored pencil drawing class Tuesday night at Western Oklahoma State College. The class is part of the Shortgrass Art Institute.

Sharon Gardner of Altus goes between looking at an electronic tablet and drawing a rendition of the peacock feather.

Students attending the Shortgrass Arts Institute’s colored pencil drawing class Tuesday night said the $30 they pay for the class represents the best bargain around. “Most of us are repeat customers,” said Altus resident, Sharon Gardner, while replicating a peacock feather from a photo on an electronic tablet. She said she has taken pottery drawing,
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