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5/28/2012 8:01:00 AM
Mountain Trails Galleries presents Cowgirls Forever!

Mountain Trails Galleries opens a new exhibition of painting and sculpture that pays tribute to the "Spirit of the Cowgirl" on First Friday, June 1, with receptions in both Tlaquepaque locations from 5-8 p.m..

A group of lively painters and sculptors join together to kick off the stampede of outstanding artwork. Featured are new paintings by Bonnie Conrad, Suzanne Baker, Vicki Catapano, Lisa Danielle, Betty Carr, Maria D'Angelo, as well as Marcia Molnar, who all reveal the hard work and dedication it takes to be authentic in the subject matter.

New sculpture by Sandy Scott and Susan Kliewer who come from a long line of ranchers round out the celebration.

What all of these award-winning artists have in common is that they have a passion for creating artwork, and they paint and sculpt what they know best.

The inspiration for their work comes from life experience, and for some of these artists, it includes ranching and riding, packing in to the wilderness, flying airplanes, exploring cultures of the Southwest, as well as working in a bronze foundry and creating monumental works of art.

To add to the fun, the spirit of the cowboy is also alive and well at Mountain Trails Galleries in beautiful Tlaquepaque.

Enjoy libations and lively conversation in both galleries: Suite A-201 upstairs by the creek and Suite B-122 downstairs across from the restaurant Rene at Tlaquepaque.

Opening receptions, June 1, 5-8 p.m.

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