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A Tale of Two Sculptures, Part I: Woman of the Deep

A Tale of Two Sculptures, Part I: Woman of the Deep

Woman of the Deep
Berkeley, 2015: She is about 40 inches from hip to toe. Cone 10, porcelain, and it took months to build her from the bottom up.
At one...


Norlynne Coar UNFRAMED AT studio 'e' in Taos -- and As Seen on NBC, CBS,Fox & USA Today . . .

Norlynne Coar UNFRAMED AT studio 'e' in Taos -- and As Seen on NBC, CBS,Fox & USA Today . . .

Norlynne Coar UNFRAMED at studio 'e' in Taos coming  in June --  and as seen on NBC, CBS, Fox &USA Today. . .

TAOS & VIRTUAL EXHIBITIONS

TAOS & VIRTUAL EXHIBITIONS

TAOS & VIRTUAL EXHIBITIONS

In Spring 2020 over Easter weekend, I had a show scheduled with a couple of other artists, INTO THE LIGHT, at the Stables Gallery in Taos, New Mexico. We had to cancel it due to the COVID outbreak, so I created an online, "walk-through" virtual exhibit of the show. . . . Due to the lack of exhibition opportunities this last year in Taos, the Taos Fall Arts Festival decided to offer a Spring 2021 Virtual Exhibition. We expected maybe 50 artists to submit two pieces of work, but were amazed when 100 artists submitted work. . .

 


RODEO NOSTALGIA

RODEO NOSTALGIA

With no rodeo for Taos this year, here's looking back a couple of years . . .

FUNDRAISER FOR THE NAVAJOS & THE HUNGRY

FUNDRAISER FOR THE NAVAJOS & THE HUNGRY

I want to help.

The Navajos have been hit hard with COVID-19 infection and deaths, and Doctors Without Borders (who are used to working with populations without water) have gone to help.
We can help, too.
 
I will donate 50% of any regularly priced painting, monotype or sculpture on my website to the Navajos, Doctors Without Borders or the food bank of your choice.