FREE GIVEAWAY!! Enter for you chance to win a copy of L.L. Broadfoot’s Pioneers of the Ozarks!

 

     

In honor of our grand reopening, the Harlin Museum is giving away a free copy of L.L. Broadfoot’s, Pioneers of the Ozarks book. Here is what you need to do to enter for your chance to win:

  1. Come to the museum during our L.L. Broadfoot: The Collection exhibit.
  2. While at the show, check-in to the Harlin Museum on Facebook (@HarlinMuseumWP) and post a photo of yourself at the exhibit.* 
  3. That’s it! You are entered to win!

The winner will be chosen on October 3rd, 2020 from all eligible entries. Please contact the museum at info@harlinmuseum.com or (417) 256-7801 with any questions.

  • If you aren’t sure how to check-in to a location using Facebook, you’ll find some helpful instructions HERE. 

 

L.L. Broadfoot: The Collection on Display at Harlin’s Grand Re-Opening

When the Harlin Museum reopens for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown for public safety shuttered our doors in March 2020, visitors will be delighted to find that our first gallery show will feature pieces from the well-known Ozarks-native artist whose name has become synonymous with capturing the unique people of the Shannon County hills—and beyond.  L.L. Broadfoot: The Collection will be on display September 12th through October 3rd, 2020,  in the museum’s Hathcock Gallery. New public hours through the end of the year will be Saturdays only, 12 pm – 4pm, and also by appointment. 

August 2018 – “The Story of the Wildwoods : The Unpublished Works of Lennis L. Broadfoot”

A digital projection of the Story of the Wildwoods

Come see this one-of-a-kind show at the Harlin Museum from August 3rd – 25th!

On display are the finest pieces from the Harlin’s Permanent Collection: oils, acrylics, watercolors, and pastels of the people, places, and landscapes that are The Ozarks. There are beautiful pastoral scenes, iconic grist mills, and intriguing & beguiling portraits filling the Hathcock Gallery.

The pieces from the permanent collection are to be shown in conjunction with our featured exhibit: a digital projection of works by Ozarks native, L.L. Broadfoot; our piece is entitled, “The Story of the Wildwoods: The Unpublished Works Of Lennis L. Broadfoot.”

These never-before-exhibited pieces were the intended material for Broadfoot’s second book, which was never published.  In a rare opportunity, these drawings have been brought out to finally make their official debut at the Harlin Museum. Don’t miss it!

The museum is open Tuesday – Saturday 12 noon-4pm. Call the museum desk to arrange group tours: (417) 256-7801

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