Sunday, November 18, 2012

Small Works, Great Wonders

This past Friday night was the opening of the Small Works, Great Wonders show at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. This is an invitational show which includes Prix de West artists as well as other invited artists. I had not thought I would be well enough to go, but at the last moment decided I just did not want to miss it. So Steve and I made the 4+ hour drive up Friday. 

The Museum was packed, the show was beautiful and sales were brisk, including one of mine! I am back home and exhausted, but so glad I went. I have written before about this museum and also its connection to my friend and mentor Hollis Williford. So, it was a very special evening and I think Hollis would be proud!





 Aspen Sunrise
16 x 20

Aspen Sunrise found a new home. Steve loves this piece but I almost didn't send it, fearing it was too subtle and would not be appreciated. Well, it got six bids- shows you what I know!


Summer Song
20 x 16

7 comments:

Casey Klahn said...

Great to see you, your work, and this post. Hope everyone there is feeling much better.

Maggie Latham said...

Deborah, your paintings are amazing as ever. I do hope you are feeing better and will soon feel well enough to resume painting again soon.

Caroline Simmill said...

Congratulations on the sale of your beautiful painting. Glad you made the trip over to the exhibition. Hope you will feel like painting again soon. Take care.

Sara Lubinski said...

Hi Deborah,
So happy for your sale and that you were able to make the trip! All looks beautiful, including you!

Sherry Schmidt said...

Such beautiful light!

France Gallery said...

I just came across your blog for the first time today. Your landscapes are just lovely!

Michelle Basic Hendry said...

I was in California or I would have loved to have seen you. I did see the painting. Beautiful! It's a perk to live in OK City now. I get to see some of the best of the west!