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“Sometimes the Sky is Enough” is a photo by Michael Pointer, whose father, artist Ed Pointer, trained and encouraged him in photography.
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Steve Murillo, right, and son Thomas Murillo in the Old Town studio where they often work together.
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Steve Murillo, left, and son Thomas Murillo with a painting Steve is working on as a birthday gift to his son.
Jonathan Clark painted this buffalo mural on the side of Clark’s Uniforms building on East Central. The building was recently demolished.
A candid shot of Steve Murillo and his son, Thomas, who would grow up to follow in his artistic footsteps
Wayne Clark’s painting of clouds over the Flint Hills
Michael Pointer, left, and his father Ed Pointer in a portrait before a joint art show in 2002.
Detail of "The Alpha and the Omega," a sixty-foot mural by Wichita artist Steve Murillo for Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Thomas Murillo, foreground, loved to go on camping and hiking trips with his father, Steve.
Steve and Thomas Clark in a candid shot from a camping trip when Thomas was young
Wayne Clark at his west Wichita studio with his children Jonathan Clark, Cyndi Wooley and Karin Clark, left to right, who all became artists in their own right.
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Steve Murillo designed the famous light tubes at Central and McLean.
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Wayne Clark’s daughter Karin Clark painted this portrait of her son, Red Clark.
“Big Chrome and Cattle” is a photo by Michael Pointer, whose father, artist Ed Pointer, trained and encouraged him in photography.
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