The Art of Extension
The Carroll County Extension Agents are having a celebration
for 100 years in extension and they asked me to help them by painting them a tree.
This tree is going to be part of their timeline,
as they place leaves on the tree for agents, 4-h'er's and volunteer leaders.
If you have served in the Carroll County, KY area of 4-h in any form,
you should drop by this week and put your leaf of the tree.
The tree is starting to take shape.
It's on two sheets of 4'x8' plywood covered with batting and flannel.
Working on putting in some grasses at the bottom.
The trees branches will form the timeline for 100 years of Extension.
Checking it out to see if we're even sort of symmetrical.
Working on the highlights.
The tree is mostly black with some other colors thrown in for some depth.
Then I highlighted with cad yellow, cad orange, burnt sienna, Indian yellow and hookers green.
Adding lots of distant branches and limbs so you can hang lots of leaves on it.
Here's the finished tree.
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