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Cari Cowen

A Garden of Droobies

A Garden of Droobies

Regular price $100.00
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Low stock: 1 left

Medium: Acrylic on Paper
Size: 9"×12"
Year: 2015
Black Frame with a 3/4" face, Framed Size: 11"x14"
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I am a native Houstonian and I have been living here for all my life. I was one of the first participants of Celebration Company. I love coming to Celebration Company because I have a lot of nice friends who love me, and I love them. My favorite color to paint with is red. When I paint, I never feel sad—only warmth in my heart, and I feel so excited. I also want you to know that one of my hobbies is telling jokes: “What did the carpenter say to the wall? –One more crack outta you, and I’ll plaster ya!”
 Cari (1958-2018): Cari's witty remarks caused everyone to smile and leave a lasting impression. It was always such an adventure to listen to the tales that Cari would spin together, and it would be illustrated in her artwork.
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Meet The Artist

I am a native Houstonian and I have been living here for all my life. I was one of the first participants of Celebration Company. I love coming to Celebration Company because I have a lot of nice friends who love me, and I love them. My favorite color to paint with is red. When I paint, I never feel sad—only warmth in my heart, and I feel so excited. I also want you to know that one of my hobbies is telling jokes: “What did the carpenter say to the wall? – One more crack outta you, and I’ll plaster ya!”

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Cari Cowen (1958 - 2018): Cari's witty remarks caused everyone to smile and leave a lasting impression. It was always such an adventure to listen to the tales that Cari would spin together, and it would be illustrated in her artwork. While Cari has passed on, her Art lives on.