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A version of this story appears in the Sunday Life section of The Oklahoman.

Exhibit will showcase ‘First Fifty Years of Oklahoma Art’
American Indian scenes, impressionistic landscapes and abstract canvases will share space as the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City honors the pioneers who blazed trails with paintbrushes and pencils.

American Indian scenes, impressionistic landscapes and abstract canvases will share space in as an Oklahoma museum honors the pioneers who blazed trails with paintbrushes and pencils.

The new exhibition “The First Fifty Years of Oklahoma Art” opens Thursday at the Gaylord Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum. The exhibit will make its debut in the museum’s Tulsa World Gallery, which has the mission of showcasing Oklahoma artists.

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