Wednesday, 2 April 2014

#518 In the field: Briscoe Museum, "Night of the Artists"

For more information about the Briscoe Museum's Night of the Artists,
scroll back to Post# 516, March 26, 2014.

Last weekend, I was deeply honored to be presented with the Briscoe Museum's
Legacy Award for Lifetime Achievement and to join the group of previous Legacy Award recipients:

Bill Owen,  2013
Martin Grelle,  2012
Ken Carlson,  2011
Kent Ullberg,  2010
G. Harvey,  2009
Clark Hulings,  2008
Howard Terpning,  2007

Below, it was a special honor to be introduced by my dear friend, Robin Salmon: Vice-President of Art and
Historical Collections and Curator of Sculpture at Brookgreen Gardens, Murrell's Inlet, South Carolina.
She flew in for the occasion and was the guest of the museum.

Below, Dr. Steven Karr, Executive Director of the Briscoe, presented me with the Legacy Award
last Friday night at the Night of the Artists awards gala.

     Image courtesy of Alamo Photographic 

 Image courtesy of Alamo Photographic

Below, I am with Jack and Valerie Guenther.  Jack and Val have been friends for over 30 years.
As founders of the Briscoe, it is their vision that has created a magnificent museum along
San Antonio's famed Riverwalk, dedicated to interpreting and celebrating the West.

 Image courtesy of Alamo Photographic 

      Below, I'm talking with fellow sculptor, T. D. Kelsey about his exciting new sculpture commission for the
Briscoe Museum.  The enormous work is scheduled to be installed in time for next years Night of the Artists.

Image courtesy of Alamo Photographic

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