Anne Coe - Wrangling a Roadhouse Romeo
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This whimsical image in Anne Coe's "Wrangling A Roadhouse Romeo" depicts a night scene outside of Ruby's Roadhouse. It was published by Leslie Levy in 1994. This image is out of print.
Paper size is 31" X 25" and image size is 28" X 19 1/2".
Born in Henderson, Nevada, Anne Coe is a painter whose work lifts concepts from western art and explores the relationship between the wild desert and urban life. One of her themes which she expresses in comic allegories is the delusion of human beings that they are the superior species and that they are in control.
Coe earned a BA in 1970 and an MA in 1980 from Arizona State University. She did mural designs for McDonald's Corporation and Warner Brothers, and from 1977 to 1980 was Arts Producer for KAET-TV in Phoenix. With a studio in Apache Junction, she has also been an art faculty member at Arizona State University.