Rest in peace, beautiful Raj. Beloved companion to his person Betty for 27 years. Neighborhood emissary, gracing the trails between homes on the west side. He will be missed by us all.
Thank you to everyone who came - it was a good turnout to see some standout work.
I've been on hiatus from TAG for a while (quite a while!). Lucky for me, it's sort of like the Hotel California: "...you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave." It's great to be showing with fellow artists again.
Now I'm kicking myself for not taking photos of some of the other work. I did get pics of my own installation. A bit dim and washed out by the flash, and slightly out-of-focus, and I had to edit out the fire alarm hanging just above. A photographer, I am not. Good enough for gov - I mean, Internet - work, though...
Been busy in the studio, getting ready for a group show at Tucson International Airport. Here's the announcement:
And I didn't get good photos of the framed paintings before I delivered them to the airport, but here are a few pics I took when they were just finished. I have 8 pieces in the show, these are three of them:
A mule-riding artist's barn life & artwork between travels
For the blog of the solo mule ride from Mississippi to New Mexico in summer 2013, visit muletriptalk.blogspot.com.
K. Cooper's contemporary paintings and mural projects can be seen at cooperstudio.weebly.com. She's not doing equine art commissions at this time.