Abell Family Gallery featuring Tom Lovell
The cultural history of the people of the Permian Basin is beautifully told through 14 paintings by western artist, Tom Lovell. The subject of each painting is a story in itself. Lovell, a “storyteller with a brush,” worked closely with the founder of the Museum, George T. Abell to create a unique collection of 14 paintings that each chose a moment in the history of the Permian Basin.
Tom Lovell: Storyteller with a Brush, by Elmer Kelton, and several Lovell prints are available in the Museum Store.