Senior Airman Boe Ericksen, 56th Maintenance Operations Squadron load crew member, traces the lines of a dandelion before painting it during the fine arts painting class Feb. 14 at Luke Air Force Base. The fine arts painting class is 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the arts and crafts center.
Dianne Nowicki, art instructor, gives feedback to Jeanette Mijokovich, 56th FSS marketing director, on her painting during class.
Carmion Caley, daughter of Kim Caley, 56th Force Support Squadron custom picture framer, paints her interpretation of the dandelion during the fine arts painting class.
Kim Caley, 56th FSS custom picture framer, paints the stem of her dandelion during class. The class costs $130 which pays for instruction and supplies.
Airman 1st Class Walter Jr. Ruiz-Deza, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron logistics planner, contemplates the dandelion. The fine arts painting class is free for the first six Airmen who register.