Jiana Jaeger, 12, works on a drawing of the Egyptian statue Sekhmet during a plein air painting exercise with Pleasant Valley School students April 2 at Hearst Castle. The three main guided tours at the Castle are getting longer, which will allow visitors to spend more time in the interior.
Jiana Jaeger, 12, works on a drawing of the Egyptian statue Sekhmet during a plein air painting exercise with Pleasant Valley School students April 2 at Hearst Castle. The three main guided tours at the Castle are getting longer, which will allow visitors to spend more time in the interior. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Jiana Jaeger, 12, works on a drawing of the Egyptian statue Sekhmet during a plein air painting exercise with Pleasant Valley School students April 2 at Hearst Castle. The three main guided tours at the Castle are getting longer, which will allow visitors to spend more time in the interior. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com