August 10, 2004
Equine massage therapist Karin Kohl-Dyson gives an unusual anatomy lesson to visitors of their local tack shop.
Manlius resident Karin Kohl-Dyson painted a live horse to illustrate the major superficial and deep muscles of the horse.
She began the outline of muscles and bone with a washable marker, then painting in the bones with white, non-toxic tempera paint. Then, pointing out the various muscle groups and describing the maladies that can befall them, Kohl-Dyson colored them in with a large piece of sidewalk chalk.
At the end of her presentation, the multi colored muscles stood out on the very relaxed gray horse.
Posted by linda at August 10, 2004 8:56 AM
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