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Museum Staff Collections: Christopher Wayner, Ogden Museum Deputy Director Sharing the Work of Thomas Deaton

Get a glimpse into the personal art collection of Ogden Museum Deputy Director, Christopher Wayner! This is the final post in a fun Saturday series looking at the art collections belonging to Ogden Museum staff. I first encountered Thomas Deaton’s work at the opening of the Louisiana Contemporary, Presented by The Helis Foundation, at Ogden…

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O-riginal Art Activities: Symmetrical Drawing Inspired by Thomas Deaton

Last night’s O-riginal Art Activity dove into architecture and place, examining Thomas Deaton’s paintings. Complete the image using symmetry. Thomas Deaton’s work focuses on snapshots of Southern people and places, often in moments of reflection and change in lives that are touched by influences varying from the mundane, the criminal, to the supernatural or uncanny….

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Preview the O What A Night! Gala Silent and Live Auction Items Support the South and Add to your Collection

The O What a Night! Gala is right around the corner, but you don’t have to wait until October 19 to get a sneak peek of the event’s silent and live auction items. You can preview all the items up for bid here. Live Auction Aron Belka New Orleans-based artist Aron Belka is best known…

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