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15 year-old Eden Turley is happy about what she created at Bone Springs Art Space’s first Safari class series this week. “I usually use color pencils,” she said about her favorite media. Eden said that she is in the early college high school class and her favorite class is science, especially biology. Her dream is to be a concept artist at Disney. Miranda Howe is the owner of Bone Springs Art Space and guided the 5- to 15-year-old children to create five different art projects based on stuffed animals such as warthogs and different antelopes provided by Jim Yarborough. (Christina Stock Photo)

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