Kids put on their cowboy hats to enjoy a western picnic at the Albany Museum of Art.
They got to watch a puppet show, play games, and do some arts and crafts activities. They also petted some animals from Chehaw Park. This is all part of the Theodore Waddell Western exhibit that's on display at the Museum of Art.
"I think the show interested me to start with was because it combines abstract academic art with what we see around us everyday," said David Griffin with the Albany Museum of Art. "Open fields, cows, horses, just a tradition of what you would think of as country and western."
The Theodore Waddell exhibit will be on display until August 29th.