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“It was less humid in those days,” says native Austinite Mary Cochran Bohls, 92, “before they put in the lakes.”
When she was a child, did Mary Cochran Bohls, 92, slide down the polished banister of the Neill-Cochran House, now an Austin museum, while growing up in the handsome 1856 home?
This exquisitely wrought world, that brings both the familiar and the exotic, is on display now through April 28 at another Austin gem, the Neill-Cochran House Museum.
The woman sits in a field. She holds up a tool of some sort. In the smudged blue distance, we spy two windmills.
“Through Her Eyes,” a unexpectedly popular exhibit of works by 19th-century American painter Anna Stanley, has been extended through Feb. 3.
Rain didn’t dampen the first weekend of the West Austin Studio Tour. Among the delights seen out and about on the tour were several pop-up exhibits — proof once again that despite Austin’s rising rents and rapid gentrification, artists will find a way to creatively exhibit their work.