Artist Lecture by “Migrant Series” artist Don Coen

Meet Don Coen!
The artist will lecture on his life, inspiration, and art at 11 am on Saturday, September 16 in the Main Gallery – free with Museum Admission. Museum Admission is $10 Adult; $5 Seniors and Kids 16 and Under; Residents of the Veterans Home, and Active Military are FREE. Purchase your Museum Admission and RSVP to the Lecture by Clicking this Link

About the Artist

Born on November 24th, 1935, in Lamar, Colorado, Don Coen attended Lamar Junior College and then received his BA in Advertising Design from the University of Denver and his MFA in Ceramics and Fine Art from the University of Northern Colorado. Represented by the Gerald Peters Gallery in Santa Fe, he has had one-man shows across the American West, Minnesota, and Illinois, and his work is found in public and corporate collections from Idaho to Texas and from Arizona to New York. Information throughout the exhibition draws on the artist’s own observations about the people he has encountered while traveling to farms in California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Oregon, and Texas

Learn more about Don Coen and his towering tribute to migrant farmworkers, the Migrant Series, HERE