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Title: Texas Hot Mama
Location: The Galleria: Westheimer and Post Oak Blvd.
Artist: Ann 'Sole Sister' Johnson
Sponsor: American Express

Texas Hot Mama was simply inspired by the love of chili peppers in Texas. The cow was first painted black then large chili peppers were painted on her. Her horns a metallic green and she rests on a golden milk pouch. She's just too Hot!!!!

Ann “Sole Sister’ Johnson an instructor of merchandising & design at Prairie View A&M University, as well as a visual artist. Ann received a BS in Home Economics from Prairie View A&M, and a MA in Art from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Ann goes by the artist name of Sole Sister because she paints portraits with her feet (.... but not the cow). Ann has exhibited in NYC, New Mexico, Wyoming, and Texas.
This remarkable statue can now be yours. So, be part of the fun, and help an incredible cause along the way. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Texas Children’s Hospital Building for Children capital campaign and will help fund the expansion of the Texas Children’s Cancer Center.

This cow was sold in Flight 4 of the internet auction hosted by that ran from December 15 - 21, 2001.

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