Louise Serpa Photography
These photographs came about as a byproduct of taking tens of thousands of photographs that were sold to the rodeo participants and their families. The photographs in this show are the fantastic rejects; the photos that were polar opposite of the perfect ride.
They are masterpieces in motion, caught in an instant.
This exhibit of the rodeo photography of Louise Serpa is in the permanent collection of Process Museum, Tucson Arizona and was made possible through the generous support of Lara K. Wells-Luce, San Antonio resident.
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