Monday, November 26, 2012

The Big Show

The show opened with quite a good crowd the first day...over 400.  The second day was down due to the big Oklahoma University vs. Oklahoma State Bedlam game on Saturday but a little over 200 still managed to make it.  Most came to look but did manage to stick two sold signs on a couple of pieces.  I've uploaded quite a few photos inside the Bunkhouse Gallery and below is a short video clip I made walking around inside.  We were invited back over to the Lodge kitchen on Friday for a meal of roast Buffalo.  Tasty.  I also think I managed to plant my foot in the door for next years Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion held each October at Woolaroc as their major fund raising event.  Only a very select number of artists and vendors are invited to exhibit and sell their work.

Anyway, hope you enjoy the video and the photos.  I really can't tell you how honored I feel when I walk into that room and see My work so prominently featured in such a major museum.  Wow!


  1. What a great looking show!!! I hope to see it in person...if factors beyond my control line up right so we can make it. Congratulations to you on the honors you have been me when I say they are all well deserved. Looking forward to the new year when the show is over and hopefully tutorials resume on the Lynn junkies have been in withdrawal for a few (understandable) months.

  2. Well deserved honor!

    I think the presentation is exceptional. Did you come up with all the barrels and rabbit skins? Did you make all those hangers and brackets for your pieces to be shown?

    It looks fantastic! I envy Kent (SlowMover) and his ability to hope to see it in person.

    Congratulations Lynn!


  3. I can only echo the congratulations previously posted it is very well deserved! With the theme of "Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion" I would be willing to bet your already thinking up great carvings for the event.

    Ron B

  4. Absolutely outstanding! Congratulations...

  5. What a fantastic show. It must do your heart good to see such a wonderful turnout. Congrats to you Lynn. fred k