Posted Date: 10/02/2018
On September 26th, Chugwater and Glendo high school art students went to the Scottsbluff Zoo to study and draw animals. In art, they studied the Canadian wildlife artist Robert Bateman and how to draw the shapes of animals. At the zoo, they went through a safari, the students learned about different hides, why animals camouflage themselves and jobs in art you can do at a zoo. They also were able to touch the hides, feathers and some of the animals. They then walked through the zoo and chose an animal to study and draw.
-- Miss Jensen, Art Instructor