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Runge student Brooke Polston and her horse “Outlaw” pose for photos that Karnes City High School art students plan to use in the process of creating drawings that will be entered in the Western Art Competition at the upcoming San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo.
A. Cornell Green photo Runge student Brooke Polston and her horse “Outlaw” pose for photos that Karnes City High School art students plan to use in the process of creating drawings that will be entered in the Western Art Competition at the upcoming San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo.
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A. Cornell Green photo
“Shelby” who is the niece of Nick Casanova, pauses for a bath at Hog Plum Ranch in Karnes City in a photo entitled “After a Hard Day at the Office”. On Oct. 3 and 4 the Karnes City High School art classes conducted a photo shoot at Hog Plum Ranch in Karnes City.  The students were given four photo stations to take photographs for drawing research for their Western Art Competition drawing for the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo.   Horses were supplied by Karnes City High School students Nick Casanova, Justice Cano and Runge High School’s Brooke Polston.   Karnes City High School Art Teacher A. Cornell Green expressed thanks to Craig Brubaker for the use of the facilities.
A. Cornell Green photo “Shelby” who is the niece of Nick Casanova, pauses for a bath at Hog Plum Ranch in Karnes City in a photo entitled “After a Hard Day at the Office”. On Oct. 3 and 4 the Karnes City High School art classes conducted a photo shoot at Hog Plum Ranch in Karnes City. The students were given four photo stations to take photographs for drawing research for their Western Art Competition drawing for the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. Horses were supplied by Karnes City High School students Nick Casanova, Justice Cano and Runge High School’s Brooke Polston. Karnes City High School Art Teacher A. Cornell Green expressed thanks to Craig Brubaker for the use of the facilities.
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Karnes City High School art students plan to use photos in the process of creating drawings that will be entered in the Western Art Competition at the upcoming San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo.
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