Before the Storm
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina having only
the radio to see the devastation left behind. Bobby and Dorothy put
together a photo montage memorializing the areas affected as they
remembered it. It was created to stand in contrast to the deluge of
images created by the fly-in photojournalists flooding the
airwaves. The montage is pleasingly set to Miles Davis' "Blue in
Green" so turn on your
sound and enjoy. Be patient as it takes time to
Photographs from the montage are available for purchase.
Steam Train Association
Engine 745, one of a few remaining steam engines had
life breathed back into it by a group of hard-working enthusiasts.
Bobby is compiling a photo montage of the journey adding his own images
and those created by his wife, Dorothy Blum Cooper. Dorothy has
inherited the rails
in her blood and has taken on a keen interest in the revival of
Bobby's wife is a decendant of Queen Victoria's
wigmaker and watercolorist, George Greig (1815-1867). His works hang in
castles and museums. Most artists used sketchbooks to
compose their planned paintings. Dorothy has one such book dated 1839.
Several sketches were precurser to larger works. These sketches have
been scanned at
high resolution and converted
museum quality gicleé prints. They are exclusive to Bobby &
Dorothy and make great collectibles.
Gicleé prints are
available for purchase.