1925 Woolaroc Ranch Road • Bartlesvil­le, OK 74003 (918) 336-0307 • www.woolaroc.org

Western Art Collector - - WESTERN ART TRAIL CALENDAR -

Woolaroc was founded in 1925 by oil­man Frank Phillips and is a 3,700-acre work­ing ranch that has a 50,000-square-foot mu­seum with a col­lec­tion of more than 600 paint­ings, 300 bronzes and more than 2,300 pieces of Na­tive Amer­i­can art and ar­ti­facts. The col­lec­tion in­cludes paint­ings by many of the “Old Masters” of Western art, such as Fred­eric Rem­ing­ton, Charles M. Rus­sell, Wil­liam R. Leigh and Frank Ten­ney John­son, as well as more-con­tem­po­rary artists like Wil­son Hur­ley, John Clymer and Clark Hul­ings. Five of the orig­i­nal six Taos So­ci­ety Artists are rep­re­sented: Os­car E. Bern­ing­haus, Eanger Irv­ing Couse, Her­bert “Buck” Dun­ton, Bert Geer Phillips and Joseph Henry Sharp. Woolaroc is proud to an­nounce The Woolaroc Ret­ro­spec­tive Ex­hibit and Sale, fea­tur­ing Tony An­gell, Clyde Aspe­vig, Lo­gan Maxwell Hagege, Quang Ho, Tony Hochstetle­r, Jeremy Lip­king, Thomas Quinn and Skip Whit­comb.

“We are very ex­cited about our up­com­ing Oc­to­ber ex­hi­bi­tion, The Woolaroc Ret­ro­spec­tive Ex­hibit and Sale…our founder, Frank Phillips, al­ways col­lected and ex­hib­ited the best of the best artists and we look for­ward to car­ry­ing on that tra­di­tion with this lineup of artists.” – Shiloh Thur­man, mu­seum di­rec­tor, Woolaroc Mu­seum and Wildlife Pre­serve

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