Art Class At 6th Cavalry Museum Gives Students Look At Original Works

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Catoosa County’s Performance Learning Center used the 6th Cavalry Museum’s Lives and Lands of the Civil War Art Show to give students a first-hand look at a variety of original artwork and photography.

Art instructor Hannah Lucas used the 46 original art pieces as her classroom and instructed the students to examine the art and choose their favorite based on shapes and lines. The students then explained their choices and she discussed the use of brush strokes, shadows and different techniques. 

Eighteen artists from four states have their work on display through Oct. 26. 



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