Sam Noble Special Events Center

the national cowboy museum special events centerThis magnificent 16,500 square foot facility offers the most unique and breathtaking decor in the West. Five monumental 18′ x 46′ triptychs depicting Western landscapes by renowned artist Wilson Hurley, adorn the walls of this one-of-a-kind banquet area.

These five western landscapes are the largest set of triptych paintings in the nation. They were completed between 1992 and 1996 by Wilson Hurley, and reside in the Sam Noble Special Events Center. Each of the 18′ x 46′ triptychs, dubbed “Windows to the West,” depict a particular western location caught at sunset, and all, except one, have the same horizon line with the light streaming in from the west. The first, New Mexico Suite, was completed in 1992, and shows an momentous sky over the Sandia Mountains as viewed from the west side of the Rio Grande near Albuquerque. In 1993 came Arizona Suite, a view of the Grand Canyon from an unusual lower level looking upward. Then in 1994 California Suite, depicting Point Lobos on the Pacific Coast near Carmel, with the sun setting over the ocean, appeared. Utah Suite, completed in 1995, contains a magnificent view of Monument Valley under a cloudless sky. Finally, in 1996, Wyoming Suite, with its spectacular view of the lower falls of the Yellowstone River, complete the assemblage.

For more information please contact Manager of Meeting and Event Services, Lydia Hopkins: lhopkins@nationalcowboymuseum.org or 405-478-2250 ext. 256.

 

 

SEC  Thursday – Saturday SEC  Sunday – Wednesday
000 – 250 $1,600.00 000 – 250 $1,350.00
251 – 350 $2,050.00 251 – 350 $1,750.00
351 – 500 $2,500.00 351 – 500 $2,100.00
501 – 800 $3,400.00 501 – 800 $2,850.00
801 – 1000 $4,850.00 801 – 1000 $4,050.00

 

 

 

 

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