Friday, May 30, 2014

Saber Tooth Tiger Added To SRAC's Woolly Mammoth Exhibit

Kara A. Ray, social worker and Eddie Ostroski
The Ice Age is alive and well at the Susquehanna River Archaeological Center (SRAC) at 345 Broad Street in Waverly, with a new addition of a saber tooth tiger created by Eddie Ostroski, a local artist, SRAC volunteer and member of the Youth Advocate Program (YAP). The saber tooth tiger is made of foam core and was drawn and painted by Ostroski.

Eddy comes in every Friday and works on projects with us. His artistic ability became apparent as he began to show us illustrations that he was drawing of dinosaurs and so I asked him if he would draw a saber tooth tiger for me. The result is a 4 feet long saber tooth tiger that we will add to our Ice Age/ Woolly Mammoth exhibit and he already told me he has ideas for other artwork he wants to do in our Center...We are very  lucky to have him working with us at SRAC!

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