Phippen Studio


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Photo of the relocation of the Phippen Studio to the Phippen Museum grounds. George Phippen (b. 1915 - d. 1966) was a renowned Western artist and sculptor from Arizona and the founder of The Cowboy Artists of America. In 1952 George bought his own house on nine acres on Meadowridge Road, moving his log studio to the site, which served as his studio for seven years until he moved to Colorado in 1959.

In July 2020 Kay (Odgers) McLaughlin, whose family has owned the Phippen property since shortly after George vacated it, contacted Edd Kellerman (executive director of the Phippen Museum) with an offer to donate the cabin/studio to the Phippen Museum campus. The cabin now resides at the Phippen Museum.

Photo Courtesy of the Phippen Family and the Phippen Museum.


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