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  Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[Artist Statement: Art from the Ruins]

[Artist Statement: Art from the Ruins]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Ricketts, Doug
Description: Artist statement describing the pieces in the "Art from the Ruins" exhibit at the Wolf Creek Heritage Museum.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[It's All in the Deal Artwork]

[It's All in the Deal Artwork]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "It's All in the Deal," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a large cabinet with dark paneling and deorative woodwork in a pattern at the top. Six historic photographs of buildings and street scenes are displayed in the center part of the cabinet.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[Art from the Ruins Exhibit]

[Art from the Ruins Exhibit]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Description: Photograph of the nine pieces from the "Art from the Ruins" exhibit standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. Each of the pieces includes various photographs and historic images displayed in cases built from reclaimed materials.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[Up from the Ruins Artwork]

[Up from the Ruins Artwork]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "Up from the Ruins," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a tall wooden cabinet with a point at the top; it has light-colored wood around the outside with lighter wood inset to create the cabinet portion. There are five linoleum and wallpaper designs reclaimed from a farmhouse displayed in the cabinet windows.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[Front Porch Conversations Description]

[Front Porch Conversations Description]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Ricketts, Doug
Description: Artist statement describing the background of the creation of a story cabinet titled "Front Porch Conversations" and the history of the reclaimed materials that were used to make it.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[Prairie Sentinels Description]

[Prairie Sentinels Description]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Ricketts, Doug
Description: Artist statement describing the background of the creation of a story cabinet titled "Prairie Sentinels" and the history of the reclaimed materials that were used to make it.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[The Cattleman Artwork]

[The Cattleman Artwork]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "The Cattleman," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a square, wooden cabinet on four legs; the main part of the cabinet has two doors. Each side displays a legal document in a small window and larger images above; on the left, there is a cover of a magazine titled The Cattleman and on the right, part of a blueprint.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[Under a Wide Sky Artwork]

[Under a Wide Sky Artwork]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "Under a Wide Sky," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a large piece of a cottonwood tree with a decorative wooden cabinet containing materials reclaimed from a farmhouse.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[Front Porch Conversations Artwork]

[Front Porch Conversations Artwork]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
Description: Photograph of an artwork titled "Front Porch Conversations," standing out-of-doors on a grassy plain. The piece is a made of reclaimed wood and has two hinged cabinets, a tall one above a metal piece on the right and a smaller cabinet braced by a turned-wood post. A series of red tobacco cans are lined up above the cabinet on the right.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
[The Cattleman Description]

[The Cattleman Description]

Date: 2009~
Creator: Ricketts, Doug
Description: Artist statement describing the background of the creation of a story cabinet titled "The Cattleman" and the history of the reclaimed materials that were used to make it.
Contributing Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum
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