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Spend an artful evening with sculptor Brad Oldham ’89 on Mar. 22

02.05.2018 | By: Texas Wesleyan University
Group picture of the Brad Oldham studio

Brad Oldham ’89 and wife Christy Coltrin will be hosting our next Dallas TXWES alumni event on Thursday, March 22. Join us from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at Brad Oldham Sculpture (1200 Ross Ave., Number 180, Dallas) for a night of wine, hors d’oeuvres, art and conversation with friends. Hear firsthand how Brad and Christy’s creations come to life and take an exclusive behind the scenes tour of their workshop.

The first 75 guests to register will receive a special edition TXWES gift created by Brad Oldham Sculpture, so sign up today!

Event parking is free at the Star Parking lot located next to Brad Oldham Sculpture at 611 N. Field Street.

About Brad Oldham Sculpture

Brad and Christy approach their craft in the same manner as they do their life: in collaboration. Brad sculpts clay figures to create prototypes that involve intricate molds, welding and casting waxes. The end product ultimately yields brilliant stainless steel, bronze, aluminum or brass pieces. Christy builds the character of the piece - her medium is vivid imagination - bringing the story to life. What results is a sculpture that takes flight and lands in homes, neighborhoods, public spaces and institutions where the rest of the poetic story unfolds. 

Brad Oldham has earned recognition by elevating many environments worldwide with his site-specific artworks. His works can be viewed around the world and in 2007, he was featured in a month-long installation on Good Morning America. Check out his wide variety of art pieces online at bradoldham.com.  

A special thanks to Jennifer Henderson ’96 and J.O. advertising agency for sponsoring An artful evening with Brad Oldham ’89.

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