Monthly Archives: July 2012

Alfred Hutty, “Deep South,” ca. 1925

Alfred Hutty, an American painter and etcher, was infatuated with South Carolina. He was born in Grand Haven, Michigan, in 1877. In 1919 Hutty discovered South Carolina, Charleston in particular, and told his wife, “Come quickly. Have found heaven.” Hutty … Continue reading

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Please Welcome: New Staff Member Carla Shelton

I am thrilled to be writing this introduction to a blog post written by our new art registrar, Carla Shelton. Carla brings an incredible range of experience to the OSU Museum of Art along with her academic credentials. In just … Continue reading

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On View in the Gardiner Gallery: 24 Works on Paper

This is a blog for the permanent collection, so I don’t generally cover exhibitions in the Gardiner Gallery that are traveling shows. But this month, we’re very happy to be showing “24 Works on Paper,” an exhibition of work by … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Burns Hargis on the OSU Museum of Art

We were excited recently to host Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis at the Postal Plaza, in downtown Stillwater. In a newly-released video, produced by the OSU Foundation, President Hargis shares his excitement about the Postal Plaza Gallery’s new role … Continue reading

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The Art of Collecting: A Visit With Kelly Knowlton

We recently went to visit Kelly Knowlton, whose collection of Oklahoma artists’ work will be featured in the Gardiner Gallery from August 20 – September 21, 2012. In the video below, summer intern Crystal Labrosse asks Knowlton some questions about … Continue reading

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