"Generations" and the Red Earth Master Artist Show

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The week

As the Red Earth Museum looks forward to the approaching Red Earth Festival, it looks back with two exhibitions – one closing this weekend as another opens. Generations closes Sunday, March 31, taking with it a unique perspective on the styles and subjects of six multi-generation art families in Oklahoma. Viewers see the works of Doc Tate Nevaquaya against his sons’ works and likewise of artists Iris Eby, Tiller Wesley, Sharron Ahtone Harjo, Brent Greenwood, Connie Hart and Gordon Yellowman. The museum brings back its annual Red Earth Master Artist Show, opening Wednesday, April 3, and running through June 28. The show displays work from prominent American Indian artists who have entered the Red Earth Festival juried art market in years past. The master artist show once more heralds the festival, this year on June 7-9 at the Cox Convention Center. The museum, 6 Santa Fe Plaza, OKC, is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and on Saturday by appointment. Visit www.redearth.org for details.

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