Olive Rush, Sunset in the White Sands Deserts, oil on panel, May 1949

Through June 10 – Gilcrease
From gilcrease.org: In popular imagination, desert climates are often stark — dusty, barren wastelands of lifeless, parched earth. Over the years, writers, artists and filmmakers have portrayed the desert as a metaphor for emptiness and death. All too often, deserts are defined only by what they lack. But there is another side to the story. The exhibition runs daily until June 10. Visit gilcrease.org for details.



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