Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

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Photos: Local artist Natasha Glanville led workshops for kids on drawing and illustrating horses

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at WilliamKonkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinkingabout the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, theworkshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

 

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

Local artist Natasha Glanville recently led two illustration workshops for kids, focussed on drawing and shading horses, at William Konkin Elementary and Grassy Plains School. The workshops, organized by the Lakes District Arts Council (LDAC), brought out 16 children from four schools, according to LDAC president John Barth. “The workshop was organized in part to get the students thinking about the performance by the RCMP Musical Ride in Burns Lake,” said Barth. By the looks of feedback letters from participants, the workshops were a success. (Submitted photos)

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