Somehow I forgot to make a post for the exhibit of this painting. Destination Unknown is my painting of a red-tailed hawk taking off from a weathered fence post. All of the pigments are light fast and of Ozark origin. The schedule of locations and dates are below.
The Exhibit Schedule
Right now it’s between galleries/museums. Next stop isn’t until January 14 when it heads on over to The Museum of the Red River in Idabel, OK. I hope to be able to catch up with it there and get a look at it hanging on a museum wall for a little while 🙂
AT THE NESBITT GALLERY, CHICKASHA, OK | 9.21.19 – 10.18.19
AT THE MUSEUM OF THE RED RIVER, IDABEL, OK | 1.14.20 – 3.1.20
AT THE GODDARD CENTER, ARDMORE, OK | 5.5.20 – 5.23.20
It is for sale and can be purchased at any of the venues. Price is $1200. I’m not sure if it can be taken at the time of purchase or whether it will have to be left to hang for the duration of the tour. The museum/gallery curator should know, though.
To see the process of making this painting: Destination Unknown
To see other works on exhibit and find out where, when: Exhibits
Madison Woods is an author, artist, and Paleo Paint maker living
with her husband in northwest Arkansas far off the beaten path. She uses Ozark pigments to create her paintings.
To see all paintings click here.
To see exhibit locations click here.
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