Painting of a tango wins first place

Jack Ragland stands beside his painting "Tango Corte" which was awarded first place at the Temecula Valley Art League on March 21. The dancers, musicians and spectators were recreated studies inspired by an Argentine Milonga he and his wife, Marilee, attended in Buenos Aires. Ragland remembered, “We actually got up our nerve to dance to some of the numbers even though we were pretty inexperienced tango dancers at that time.”
Jack Ragland stands beside his painting “Tango Corte” which was awarded first place at the Temecula Valley Art League on March 21. The dancers, musicians and spectators were recreated studies inspired by an Argentine Milonga he and his wife, Marilee, attended in Buenos Aires. Ragland remembered, “We actually got up our nerve to dance to some of the numbers even though we were pretty inexperienced tango dancers at that time.”

 

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