Fleeting Gingerbread; Rhinestones ForeverWednesday, June 20, 2012
When we drove by earlier this spring, there were no more hearts painted on the driveway and the gingerbread men have left:
The most well-known art environment/home in McComb isn't there any more -- it was Loy Bowlin's 'rhinestone cowboy' home -- called the Beautiful Holy Jewel Home of the Original Rhinestone Cowboy -- that was purchased and moved...it was to have been demolished...to Kohler, Wisconsin (to the John Michael Kohler Arts Center there) where it was reconstructed and on display there for a long time, although it is not on display currently.
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