After Augusta’s recognition from her friend Daisy Dunn, Roy Stewart and Nan Sheets, She was introduced into the art circles with one woman shows. In 1950 Life Magazine did an article on Augusta naming her “Oklahoma’s Grandma Moses,” As I have said before, she did not consider this a compliment. At that time Augusta truly achieved the fame she had wanted when she was a younger artist. Among her rewards were exhibits in Oklahoma, Texas and New York. A documentary entitled “Pioneer Painter,” which featured her life story won the 1964 film of the year award from the National Cowboy…

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