Deceased Artist's Work/Career Lives on in Marfa 9/3/12
CBS 7 News
September 3, 2012
MARFA, TX - Long after her death, a woman's career is being recognized and celebrated right here in West Texas.
Known as the first American modernist artist, Wilhelmina Weber Furlong died in 1962, but in Marfa she lives on.
Her great grand nephew, Clint Weber, has been recounting her career through a biography, documentary and now an artist exhibition.
In cooperation with the International Women's foundation in Marfa, they are bringing Weber Furlong’s art to West Texas for a special unique showing.
Called Weber Furlong, the collection will be shown from September 27th through November 15th at historic Building 98 in Marfa.
For more information about Wilhelmina or Clint’s efforts to preserve her life’s work you can click here.