Cowboys & Indians

Jean Richardson

STRENGTH, BEAUTY, FREEDOM — JEAN RICHARDSON DISTILLS THE FIGURE OF THE HORSE DOWN TO colorful abstractions that symbolize these compelling traits.

The Oklahoma City-based abstract painter has been an artist for more than 70 years. She took her first art lesson at the age of 7 at the Witte Museum in

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