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  • Cow Parade Madison

    COWPARADE WISCONSIN: The Cows Come Home To America's Dairyland Madison, Wisconsin was transformed to Wis-COWn-sin in the summer of 2006. CowParade, a traveling art initiative, brought local artists, businesses, community and arts organizations, schools and individuals together in an unprecedented way to have fun and celebrate Wisconsin's dairy heritage. More than 100 decorated life size fiberglass cows were placed around Madison, Wisconsin and outer lying burbs. Artists submitted hundreds of proposed cow

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  • Cow Parade Boston

    COWPARADE BOSTON: The Cows Have Landed If you can't afford to take a cow home or the pictures you took of your favorite cow got lost at your local photo lab, don't worry because the professionals have you covered. CowParade Boston, the "Official Keepsake Book" commemorating the event, features over 125 full-color pictures of your favorite heifers. CowParade Boston is another incarnation of the world's largest public art exhibition designed to celebrate the spirit of fun, art and community. CowParade

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  • Cow Parade West Hartford

    COWPARADE: The Cows Come Home, West Hartford Connecticut In the midst of this upscale historic village that is overflowing with fancy restaurants, chic shops and attractions that lure vacationers from around the world, home grown art began to brew in the summer of 2003. From that cauldron of creativity, over sixty fiberglass cows spilled onto the sidewalks, decorated with acrylic paints, marbles and even terra cotta ceramics. The CowParade had made it's way home. This event in past cities around the nation

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  • Cow Parade Atlanta

    COWPARADE ATLANTA: Celebrating the Ary and Culture of the Olympic City Oh where, oh where is the CowParade now? East of the Mississippi River, north of the Gulf of Mexico and south of the Tennessee border. The CowParade had stopped to graze in Atlanta, GA, one of the most culturally diverse cities in the United States. The Cows first appeared in June of 2003. Local amateur and professional artists signed up to create exhibits such as "Lactos Intolerabull", "MC Fresh Milk" and "Mooing in the Rain". These

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  • Cow Parade San Antonio

    COWPARADE SAN ANTONIO: Celebrating the Art and Culture of the Alamo City The CowParade is here! To immortalize the event, Orange Frazer Press has published a full color picture book upon which to showcase these bovine beauties. 100 full color pictures show off the creatively color coated cows which adorned the sidewalks, parks and streetcorners of San Antonio this past winter. The 'a-MOO-sing', fiberglass creations were decorated by hundreds of local artists, professional and amateurs, from throughout San

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  • Oregon Caves

    The pioneer exploration and the new discoveries. In the period of 1874 to 1894, an extraordinary thing happened in a remote part of a pioneer state in the far western United States. A series of pioneers made their way repeatedly into a rugged mountain wilderness with the sole purpose of exploring a cave.

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  • Dunbar Cave - The Showplace of the South

    The cave was first explored by Native Americans 8,000 years ago and has now become one of America's major caves. Share the excitement as cavers and scuba divers add miles of passage to a former show cave thoroughly explored for 150 years. This book has the complete story including maps and photographs.

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  • Zorse: Hiding in Plain Sight

    Zoologists tell us that the black-and-white stripes on a zebra were designed by evolution to confuse lions in the wild, making them all but invisible because they are indistinguishable from grass and brush � until they move. Bringing a lighthearted sense of play to this concept, this mixed-media artist from Santa Fe, New Mexico has created a hybrid creature � a zebra/horse cross whose DNA creates a coat that retains the stripes of a zebra, while at the same time exhibiting the complete color spectrum

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  • Petroglyph Pony

    Lynn Bean is an artist nationally acclaimed for the way she experiments with different materials in her paintings. And so it was that, after a trek to a remote canyon in the Southwest where she was impressed by the thoughtful use prehistoric �cave painters� made of rough rock walls, turning them into textured and sculptural canvases on which they carved images of horses, she decided to create a Painted Pony that captured not only the spirit, but the look of these ancient equine petroglyphs.

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