Drawing Animal Skulls at the Museum

UA full-time instructor Charlotte Wegrzynowski took her students for a drawing session in the Alabama Museum of Natural History‘s special collections recently .

Art students draw animal skulls. Art students draw animal skulls

Wegrzynowski said, “We are capping off our unit on line with some discussion of scientific illustration. We had such a good time drawing various skulls that I had to take some pictures!”

Located in Smith Hall on UA campus, the Alabama Museum of Natural History’s collections were begun by state geologist, Eugene Allen Smith, in the 1870s.

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