Campbellsville Middle School art students are learning to draw highlights and shadows.
In Jo Ann Harris’s art class, students are studying how light can hit an object to create a highlight or a shadow.
To demonstrate, students were asked to draw a tree using oil pastels.
Students were asked to use black and white oil pastels to create the shadows and highlights.
CMS sixth-graders Chloe Thompson, at left, and Isaac Garrison create their trees.
From left, CMS seventh-grader Forever Tungate, sixth-grader Camilla Taylor and eighth-grader Hayley Wethington create their trees.
CMS sixth-grader Isaac Billeter adds shadows to his tree.
CMS seventh-grader Blake Tungate draws his tree.
CMS eighth-grader Adin Hunt adds shadows to his tree.
CMS eighth-grader Hayley Wethington draws her tree.
CMS eighth-graders Seth Hash, at left, and Elijah Adams add shadows to their trees.
CMS sixth-graders Willie Nunn, at left, and Chris Clark create their trees.
CMS sixth-grader Camilla Taylor colors her tree.
CMS sixth-grader Isaac Billeter adds highlights to his tree.
CMS sixth-grader Kaydence Wethington colors her tree.