We're moving along in 2014 with great plans to make this year a creative and profitable one for Cowango Studios. We've been at this for seven years now, had our ups and downs, but we've learned that it takes persistence and consistent effort to succeed. We are so happy you could join us in this journey.
David Lucht's batik "Lessons of the Fall" was accepted into the Fantastic Fibers art show at the Yeiser Center in Paducah, Kentucky. This is a prestigious show that had over 400 applicants from all over the world submit their fiber art creations for consideration. Just over 50 were chosen by this year's judge Carol Fallert-Gentry The show runs from April 5 to May 24, 2014 at the Yeiser Center, 200 Broadway, Paducah, Kentucky. Be sure to drop by and see this wonderful show.
Stefanie Graves is continuing work on her animal mythology series. Her most recent piece is based on the story of the Flight of the Bumblebee. She hopes to have the series completed by the end of this year.
Both David and Stefanie have been asked to be included in this year's Mayor's Art Club exhibition at the Paducah City Hall's Mayor's Office. Our new mayor Gayle Laer instituted this program in 2013 and Cowango Studios is proud to be a part of it this year. Cowango will hang there art this summer, July 24-September 26.
Stay tuned for information the Cowango art making its way into the new book "Paducah by the Numbers". Coming soon!
Stefanie had a huge success this spring with her painting of the Carson Center in Paducah, fetching $1000 at the charity fundraiser. The purchaser has donated the painting back to the Carson Center for display. The piece was also featured in the ads and print material promoting the fundraiser.
David had his recent piece "Daydream" accepted into the Owensboro Art Guild 51st Annual Exhibition where it received an award of merit. He also participated in the Lower Town Arts and Music Festival as an exhibiting artist and sold several of his pieces there.
Cowango Studios continues to create new and exciting works of art, "Art With Impact" as we like to say...
Stop by our studio for a visit sometime. You just might walk out with something unexpectedly wonderful!