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John Johnson at National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum

Anointed Hands Artwork by John Johnson

Anointed Hands Artwork by John Johnson

Anointed Hands Artwork
National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum
Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009, from 1-4 p.m.

The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum cordially invites the public to artist, John Johnson’s Anointed Hands Artwork art show. The art show will take place at the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, 3400 Mount Vernon Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas, 76103, on Saturday, November 14, 2009, beginning at 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.

John Johnson is an artist specializing in acrylic and watercolor. His paintings reflect the hard working men and women who first survived and later prospered during an unforgiving time. John’s art was featured in the Arlington Public Library, Lenora Rolla Heritage Center Museum, and the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum. His art work and art studio, Anointed Hands Artwork, is based on the Scripture he professes to Colossians 3:23-24: “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart for the Lord, not for men.. it is the Lord Christ you are serving”. All paintings and prints will be available for purchase at the art show.

About The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum

NationalMulticultural Western Heritage Museum operates through the generosity of gifts and grants from individuals, corporations and foundations located throughout the United States. The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, located in Fort Worth, Texas, was founded in 2001 with the primary objective to offer the visitor a true and complete historical perspective of the people and activities that built the unique culture of The American West. The work of artists who documented the people and events of the time, journals, photographs, ant other historical items are part of this new collection of long overlooked materials that tell, perhaps for the first time, the complete story. The American West of today still operates on many of the principles and cultural relationships begun so long ago. The hope of the museum is that its visitors will share in the enjoyment of a new vision and leave with awareness that today’s West came into being through the struggles and triumphs of diversity. The Hall of Fame was founded to give recognition to the outstanding pioneers who contributed to the settling of early American western frontier as well as acknowledge individuals who continue the legacy of the western culture. The Hall of Fame tells the stories and presents excellent examples of American heroes of the past, present and future.

Museum Location

3400 Mount Vernon Avenue
Fort Worth, Texas 76103

817-534-8801

Museum Hours of Operation

Wed – Sat 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Museum Admission

$6.00 for adults, $4.00 for senior citizens, $3.00 for students with I.D., and children 5 and under are free.

Anointed Hands Artwork by John Johnson

Anointed Hands Artwork by John Johnson

Anointed Hands Artwork by John Johnson

Anointed Hands Artwork by John Johnson

Anointed Hands Artwork by John Johnson

Anointed Hands Artwork by John Johnson

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