Friends Remember Henry Cooper Amid Art Exhibit In His Memory

Friends Remember Henry Cooper

Amid Art Exhibit In His Memory

Otsego 2000 President Nicole Dillingham, top, this evening delivers an appreciation of Henry S.F. Cooper Jr. at a reception for his friends and supporters o f the environmental organization in the midst of "Almost Lost Landscapes,” a tribute to Cooper on the second floor of the Smithy Gallery in Cooperstown. With her are, from left, Dr. Chris Kjolhede, Julie Huntsman, the Fly Creek veterinarian, and Sydney Waller, proprietor of The Art Garage on Beaver Meadow Road and organizer of the exhibit. Below left are some of artists contributing to “Almost Lost Landscapes,” from left, Andy Baugnet, James Young, Amelia Bauer, Bob Eklund, Megan Irving, Abby Rodd and Stephen Zerby. Lower right is Henry Cooper’s daughter Lizzie and granddaughter Annie. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Otsego 2000 President Nicole Dillingham, top, this evening delivers an appreciation of Henry S.F. Cooper Jr. at a reception for his friends and supporters of the environmental organization in the midst of “Almost Lost Landscapes,” an artistic tribute to Cooper on the second floor of the Smithy Gallery in Cooperstown. With her are, from left, Dr. Chris Kjolhede, Julie Huntsman, the Fly Creek veterinarian, and Sydney Waller, proprietor of The Art Garage on Beaver Meadow Road and organizer of the exhibit. Below left are some of artists contributing to “Almost Lost Landscapes,” from left, Andy Baugnet, James Young, Bob Eklund, Megan Irving, Abby Rodd and Stephen Zerby. Lower right is Henry Cooper’s daughter Lizzie and granddaughter Annie. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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