Paintings by Louis Copt and Photographs by Daniel W. Coburn


  • Ongoing: until Sunday, March 4, 2007
  • Sunday: 11:00am
  • Tuesday: 11:00am
  • Wednesday: 11:00am
  • Thursday: 11:00am
  • Friday: 11:00am
  • Saturday: 11:00am
  • Where: Pachamama's , Lawrence
  • Cost: Free
  • Age limit: All ages

Artist Louis Copt began his career as a full-time artist in 1984 after returning from a summer of study at the Art Students League in New York City. The focus for Copt's painting has been Kansas in general and specifically on the Flint Hills. His work is collected throughout the world. Louis is recognized as one of the most enduring artists of our region. Featured in American Artist's, The Artist's Magazine, and various regional publications, his national presence is well established. Louis has taught at the Lawrence Arts Center for over 15 years and has led travel and painting workshops to France, Spain and Italy. www.louiscopt.comThrough his early work as a nature and wildlife photographer, Dan Coburn developed a great appreciation for our natural places. Over the last few years his work has evolved into a study of man's relationship with the environment. Many of his photographs depict man-made structures and objects existing in visual harmony with the landscape. Coburn has garnered regional, national, and international attention for his photographic works. His photographs are included in many corporate and private collections across the United States. His images have been published in Camera Arts Magazine as well as several local publications. Dan is currently vice-president of the Lawrence Photo

Drink specials

  • Tuesdays at Pachamama's : No corkage fee / $5 for a 5 oz. glass of wine / $3 Free State season draws
  • Wednesdays at Pachamama's : $3 O'Dells IPA draws / $15/$20 bottles of wine
  • Thursdays at Pachamama's : $5 well martinis / $3 Free State Ad Astra draws
  • Fridays at Pachamama's : $3 Free State Ad Astra draws
  • Saturdays at Pachamama's : $3 Free State seasonal draws

This event was posted Jan. 11, 2007 and last updated Sept. 16, 2014


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