Allan Houser at the Capitol: A Legacy in Bronze
Sunday July 13
A special exhibit on the grounds of the Oklahoma State Capitol, Allan Houser at the Capitol: A Legacy in Bronze is part of a statewide celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of renowned Oklahoma artist Allan Houser. Born June 30, 1914, Houser's impact on Native American art as a form of expression made him one of the 20th century's most influential artists.
Through December 15, 2014, visitors to the Capitol can view five temporary, large-scale bronze sculptures created by Houser along with his permanent Capitol sculpture, As Long as the Waters Flow, and learn more about Houser's life and legacy. A cell phone audio touraccompanying the exhibit is available.
Sculptures included in the special exhibit on the Capitol grounds:
Oklahoma State CapitolPhone:
Warm Springs Apache Man (west entrance)
Hunter's Vision (west entrance)
Spirit of the Wind (north plaza)
Morning Prayer (east entrance)
Singing Heart (east entrance)
2300 N Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma CityWebsite: ok.gov