Betty Cooke, Artist and owner of The Store LTD, recently sat down with Baltimore Fishbowl to discuss her history at The Village of Cross Keys, her long-time relationship with James Rouse, and the meaning behind her art exhibit at the Walters Art Museum titled, “Betty Cooke: The Circle and the Line.”
Betty has been at The Village of Cross Keys since its inception, and her professional relationship with Founder James Rouse goes even further back than that. In the interview, Betty and the Baltimore Fishbowl discuss how she got to first know Jim Rouse, the development of her brand, and why she has stayed at Cross Keys all these years.
To read the interview in full, click here.
Photo source: Baltimore Fishbowl, Ed Gunts