Last chance to view Crumbo Spirit Talk

December 25, 2013 by  

People in the area still have time to view Crumbo Spirit Talk, which exhibits the work of artist Woody Crumbo and his family. The display contains a huge variety of pieces and is not likely to be seen here again for several years.

The Museum might have used brochure printing, poster printing, and flyer printing to promote this collection to people located in this city, as well as those living in the surrounding area. It might also give inspiration to anybody working for a graphic design or print company.

Crumbo’s art career lasted almost 60 years and many of his paintings can be found displayed in museums, as well as in private collections throughout the world. Some of his works are found in Queen Elizabeth II collection.

Today, his artistic legacy can be seen in the works created by his daughter and son – Minisa Crumbo Halsey and Woody Max Crumbo. This special exhibit can be found in the E.K. & Thelma Gaylord Special Exhibits Gallery and is co-sponsored by the Oklahoma Historical Society and Minisa Crumbo Halsey.

The last day the Crumbo Spirit Talk exhibition will be on display is Tuesday, December 31st from 10am to 5pm at the Oklahoma History Center, located at 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive in Oklahoma City. There is no change to attend or park at the event. To learn more about this exhibit, or the artist, take a look at the Oklahoma History Center website or call the Center at 405-527-0765.