Luster Update 2023

LUSTER Realism Exhibition - Indian Summer 2023 Update

From David Wagner 12/31/22

“I am so pleased to be able to report that LUSTER has been booked by the very hip San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, not far from the oil fields of west-central Texas, from October 5, 2023 – February 14, 2024, giving Texas the prize for the state with the most bookings.”

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, TX

The beautiful San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts1 Love Street, San Angelo, Texas 76903
[ click for map ]

See the map below showing Texas LUSTER venues, South to North, and exhibition dates.

Luster Tour at Texas Art Museums
LUSTER closes January 15 at The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum in Auburn, Indiana, where it has had an amazing run. I attended the opening night of the Luster Exhibit in Auburn with my collector, Mark, and Al Unser, Jr. as my guests. ABC21 Country did a nice video segment with us each. If you haven’t already watched this video, check it out here.
With Thanks

As a side note, the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum will be the final stop for my featured painting, INDIAN SUMMER. With great appreciation, I thank my collector, Mark McAlister, for having graciously loaned the artwork for the tour’s first fourteen museums. Seeing the painting travel the country over these past five years and proudly represent the Luster Exhibit has been an indescribable pleasure. But, like you, sir, I am excited that she’s finding her way home after her long journey.

Long may you run.

America motorcycle art by A.D. Cook (detail shot)

48″ x 60″

INDIAN SUMMER motorcycle painting by A.D. Cook

48″ x 36″

DREAM 103 by A.D. Cook, motorcycle artist

24″ x 36″


After wrapping up in Auburn, my other two featured motorcycle paintings, AMERICA and DREAM 103, will continue to The Citadelle Art Museum in Canadian, Texas, beginning February 10, 2023. Then, in June, the exhibit makes a six-week stay at The Dennos Museum Center in Traverse Bay, Michigan. Then in October, 2023 at The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts in Texas, with additional venues possible.

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts building photo and map graphic are provided by David J. Wagner, curator and tour director. All images are the copyright of their respective owners. Used by permission.

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