J.H. Sharp Studio Grand Opening
The free-standing studio adobe studio, which Sharp used from 1915 until his death in 1953, has undergone extensive renovations to reflects its original integrity while maintaining the highest museum standards. The J.H. Sharp interpretive exhibit will cover Sharp's artistic career and will include numerous works of art, correspondence, and Native American artifacts that he collected and which appeared in his paintings. The studio renovation and the exhibition have been made possible through te generous support of The Tia Collection in Santa Fe; The Couse Foundation, with additional funding provided by the Charlie Russel Riders Foundation of Big Fork, Montana.