Thursday, February 11, 2010


Just saw this in the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum E-News. All credits go to them! If you are local, I hope to see you at the opening Sat. night!

Erin Oldfield - Guitar PainterOklahoma Artists Donate Guitars for Exhibition Giveaway

In a fun twist related to its original exhibition, "The Guitar: Art, Artists and Artisans," the National Cowboy Museum has invited three Oklahoma artists to paint guitars that will be given away in a drawing at the end of the exhibition which runs from February 12 through May 9. Visitors to the exhibition are encouraged to enter the prize drawing.

The decorated guitars were painted by Matt Goad, Erin L. Oldfield and Clint Stone. Museum visitors will be able to see and hold the guitars and take photos holding them in from of a specially design photo opp background that resembles Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium, home to some of music's most revered performances. Photo: Erin L. Oldfield with her donated and painted guitar.


2 Soul Sisters said...

This makes me want to paint a guitar! I just did a post about Ken Pease. He painted a cool guitar and made a table out of it- soooooo cool! We enjoy your blog!

Anonymous said...

DUDE!!! Too amazing!!! You are sooo talented!!! :D xoxox