A town in the west-central part of the County. The date of the first settlement is
unknown, but evidence from a monument in Upper Cooter Cemetery shows
that a settlement was made here before 1854.
In 1856 this was a flourishing village. It was first settled as a
hunting and fishing camp on Pemiscot or Cagle Lake. Among
the game shipped were the coots, members of the duck family,
and it is from them that the town is said to have received its
A post office was established here in 1882. In 1924 the post
office department changed the name to Coutre to avoid
confusion with Cooper in Gentry County, but after a year's trial
the spelling Cooter was resumed.
Almost there with this commission. 🙌 It can be such a tricky process to create a piece that reflects all the varying elements which a client desires.
Consulting with them as each layer is applied and aspiring to reflect the vision they have in their minds eye.
This piece is representational of the word 'Tranquility' and the couple's love for the Irish coasts and the texture of our earth. 🌀🌊🌍🌌 Lingering in my ears all morning were the words of Mary Oliver and a deep deepness. She was the first poet to really capture my love for earth, through her lyrical meandering textured words. Forever grateful to her for gracing us with her visions of
all things. 🌌"There are things you can’t reach. But you can reach out to them, and all day long.
The wind, the bird flying away. The idea of God.
And it can keep you as busy as anything else, and happier." Exert from her book- 'Why I Wake Early'
So i almost started having withdrawls yesterday from not painting.. crazy right.. i think it really does keeps me sane at this point..
Anyhoo i am still working on this one a bit but loooove it.. i absolutely love green so this just makes me smile..
Have a Fabulous Friday and be the lught for others today.😁🤗
We are stars wrapped in skin, the light you seek has always been inside you.
Stars can't shine with the dark contrast.
Let your weird light shine bright so the other weirdos can find you.
It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.