Diane will have sculpture construction activities with clay and wood building materials. Children can use air-dry white clay to create fish, birds, animals, flowers, cars, castles and paint or color these small-scale sculptures. Alternatively, using wood tiles and small wood pre-cut shapes, children can create a sculpture on an 8” x 8” white foam-core base. Museum will provide all air-dry clay, watercolor paints, brushes, water, water cups, paper towels, small wood titles, small wood shapes, wood glue, craft sticks and pre-cut 8” square pieces of foam-core. Diane lives in Eagle Grove and taught K-8 art for 32 years.