Artist’s Smile Lights Up The Art Rooms

Amber G. has the brightest smile you will ever see, and it is no wonder because her favorite things are smiling and laughing. Amber is thirty years old. For the first six years out of high school Amber chose to volunteer her time at her old grade school. She worked in the preschool and kindergarten classes and read books to the students. She came to Short Center North because she was looking to be challenged, and now has developed into an artist. Her main interest is in drawing, which would explain her current enrollment in still life drawing/painting, animation, and drawing classes. She is also taking paper mache.

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