Through much of his life, Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater was an accomplished amateur photographer. It was a hobby he took seriously and he managed, before his death, to leave behind more than 15,000 photographs – a legacy he called his “last will and testament to my love to the native state.” This exhibition features approximately 30 of his most iconic images of Western landscapes and Native Americans. Organized by HMA.
Thank you Sponsors!
Lead Individual Sponsors:
Jean Wessel Templeton
Cynthia and Rey Almodovar
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Madkour & Family
Bill Stender and Ellen Chorba
Additional Support Provided by:
The Alabama State Council on the Arts and Alabama Alliance for Arts Education
The Huntsville Museum of Art Guild
The Goldwater Family Foundation