Pink Elephant

The second Friday of every month, Norman art galleries are open late; the city trolley runs between Campus Corner and the galleries. The Firehouse, where the kids took art classes this summer, hosted a showing of some of the work their students had done.

This pink elephant, in clay, was S1's. Most of the other kids in his class had done cardinals and other winged creatures.
These masks were created by another class:
Yet another class did work in mixed media:
Norman being a small town, we saw like 5 groups of people we knew in the 20 minutes we were there. Among them, my sometime bridge partner and her husband. Here they are, outside the gallery, wating for the trolley. The big white plaster sculpture is by a local artist, modeled after his daughter. I'm not sure about the scrap metal thingy.
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