How’s business: Cooper Corner Art Gallery happy with the steady stream of customers rolling in

Judy Milne stands before one of her paintings at Cooper Art Gallery. Shannon Marvel / Post Independent

Business is better than ever at Cooper Corner Art Gallery in Glenwood Springs.

Judy Milne, one of the owners and artists of the art gallery, said closing during the COVID-19 pandemic was tough on her due to the isolation.

“We were closed for a few months, then we started opening since the vaccines have been out, we’ve been open with masks and distancing,” Milne said. “It was difficult not to be here. When it was closed, there was nowhere to go. It’s been great since we’ve been open again.”

Milne said the art gallery has had some of the best days for business following the pandemic, with some artists coming out with new concepts.

“I did not do a lot of painting, but I’m trying to catch up now,” Milne said. “A lot of artists kept painting and working through it. I’ve seen a lot of new…

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