Free and Open to the Public
On loan from the Melton Art Reference Library in Oklahoma City, this art exhibition showcases the work of Oklahoma artists in the wake of World War II who took a new look at creative expression and progressive politics. The use of different materials, textures, surfaces, and unconventional elements will be represented through painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The exhibit features artwork by Eugene Bavinger, T. C. Cannon, Doc Tate Nevaquoyah, Willard Stone, Derald T. Swinford, Jack Vallee, and others. The program will explore their perceptions about the changes that were taking place in the world. This event is hosted by the Western Trail Historical Society.