Fine Arts Roadshow

Time to find out if that inherited artwork is a true Audubon print or a fowl trick by a deceased relative.
Gilcrease Museum will hold an informal appraisal fair for fine art prints Oct. 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Joel Oppenheimer, Chicago gallery owner, fine art dealer, and paper conservator, will be on hand to provide verbal estimates of value for privately owned fine art prints.
Cost is $25 per print for Gilcrease members or $45 per print for non-members with a limit o two prints per person. Audubon print experts will answer any questions you might have.
Also on hand to appraise fine art prints will be:
Cindy J. Hale, a member of the International Society of Appraisers. She lives and works in Tulsa, and specializes in Native American art, Western art, and contemporary art. Joe Meeks will assist her.
Gary Quiggle, owner of the Chelsea Gallery in Tulsa, specializing in antiquarian prints.
The appraisal event is being held in conjunction with the current Gilcrease exhibition, John James Audubon, American Artist and Naturalist.



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