Treasures from Tucson: The Goodman Collection
September 13 - December 29, 1997
Winter in Ranchos De Taos
Acrylic, 42 x 60 inches
Phippen Museum in Prescott, Arizona, hosts "Treasures from Tucson: The Goodman Collection" opening to the public on September 13, 1997 and remaining on display through December 29, 1997. This exhibit includes selected works from the Goodmans' vast personal collection, considered to be one of the finest in Arizona.
More than 50 pieces of outstanding work by such notable artists as Harley Brown, Wilson Hurley, Louise McElwain, Maurice Braun, William Hook, Ned Jacob and Buck McCain will be included in the exhibit. Selected works cover a broad range of subject material, style and media. These "treasures" have been tastefully and thoughtfully accumulated over a 50 year period by Jack and Aline Goodman.
Portions of their collection currently reside at the Arizona State University, the Tucson Country Club, and the John K. Goodman Pavilion of Western Art at the Tucson Museum of Art. Jack Goodman is well known as the founder of the prestigious Mountain Oyster Club Art Show and Sale held in Tucson each November for the past twenty-six years.
An opening reception for members only was held on September 12, 1997.
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