“Allan Houser: On the Roof” opens at The Oklahoma City Museum of Art

“Allan Houser: On the Roof” celebrates the 100th anniversary of the renowned Oklahoma artist’s birth. Noted for his talents as a painter, draftsman, and sculptor, Houser’s groundbreaking work provided a new voice for the Native American artist. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art joins more than 10 museums and cultural institutions throughout the state in honoring his legacy. “To participate in this unique state-wide recognition of our extraordinary native son is a privilege,” said President and CEO, E. Michael Whittington. “Houser’s artistry is well known here in Oklahoma and across the country. It’s exciting that the Oklahoma City Museum of Art is able to present his lesser known abstract sculpture in our dramatic rooftop setting.” The selection of Houser’s sculptures on view on the Museum’s Roof Terrace reveals how deftly he combined aspects of his Chiricahua

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