Paso Robles artists create tech-themed cow for Cow Parade SLO
Cow represents intelligence and expertise found on the Central Coast
–Paso Robles artists have created a cow for the Cow Parade SLO. The team of Paso Robles Art Association artists painted a cow designed by Jeannine Bringman, entitled “Cowculations.”
“This techno-cow proudly represents the intelligence and expertise found in the Central Coast, no horse sense here,” said Bringman. :Cowculations that develop in the labs and lecture halls of Cal Poly put rockets on the pad at Vandenburg.”
“Our cow is ‘thinking’ and her cowculations, trajectories and mathematical simulations churn and burn out the path to the planets and stars. A swoosh of the heavens in deep space runs the length of her body as she dreams of the night sky.”
All of the SLO Cow Parade cows will be on display on Sept. 17 at the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo.
About the Paso Robles Art Association
The Paso Robles Art Association – PRAA – is a non-profit 501c organization, membership, volunteer organization. Their mission is to provide the North San Luis Obispo County with quality artwork, raise awareness and appreciation of the arts in the community. PRAA supports youth education in local schools, community outreach programs and provides scholarships to further art education.
PRAA members are active participants in every area of the organization: members create the organization, the interaction, the art, and ultimately the experience.
PRAA works with the Studios on the Park organization. They promote art displays, sponsor themed fine-art exhibits and sales of members’ original fine art in the Association’s Showroom Gallery and at partnering locations.
The PRAA can be reached at: (805) 238-5473 or at pasoroblesartassociation.org.