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|Artist Deborah Cool-Flowers has studied fine arts at private
art colleges and state universities in her native Ohio and in California, ultimately
earning her bachelor's degree in fine arts at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
An outdoors enthusiast, Deborah has volunteered for several parks and open space groups, including the Nature Conservancy, the
BLM, California State Parks, and Hueco Tanks State Historic Site in Texas. In 2003,
Deborah and husband, Jim Cool, relocated studio cool from Placita, NM, to
property next to Hueco Tanks outside of El Paso, TX. An easy-to-find A-frame cabin on the
property has been a local landmark since 1985 and is only minutes from the park. Call
915-856-7944 for an appointment when you are visiting Hueco Tanks, or to arrange a guided
Deborah's work in rock art imagery, begun in 1989, exhibits in galleries and museums throughout the Southwest including Hueco Tanks: State Historic Site Headquarters; Anasazi State Park in Boulder, UT; the El Paso Museum of Archeology; and the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology in Albuquerque.