Allan Houser: A Celebration

Philbrook Downtown presents a master.

“Fresh Trail – Apache War Party,” by Allan Houser (Apache, 1914-1994), 1952. Image courtesy Philbrook Museum of Art.

“Fresh Trail – Apache War Party,” by Allan Houser (Apache, 1914-1994), 1952.
Image courtesy Philbrook Museum of Art.

Opens Sunday, May 25

Philbrook Museum of Art brings Allan Houser: A Celebration to the forefront with a retrospective of work by the renowned artist. Opening Sunday, May 25, Allan Houser features paintings and sculpture by the prolific Apache artist, the subject of a multistate celebration honoring his influence and contributions to the art world that extend beyond his birth 100 years ago in southwestern Oklahoma. Look for significant pieces, such as the original wood sculpture that inspired the Sacred Rain Arrow piece pictured on the Oklahoma state license plate. Allan Houser: A Celebration continues through Nov. 2 at Philbrook Downtown, 116 E. Brady St., Tulsa. For more, visit www.philbrook.org.

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