Highwaymen Exhibits Offered by the Orange County Regional History Center
Now nationally known, the Highwaymen began as a group of African American artists who, against all odds, managed to prosper selling their paintings in the segregated South of the 1950s and 1960s. One charismatic man dreamed big and developed a fast method of painting that he generously shared with 25 others, and they collectively produced over 200,000 paintings over a 30 year period. Learn about their fascinating story in The Highwaymen exhibnit and see up to 64 of their breathtaking paintings.
B.J. Hausman, director of the art gallery at Florida Community College in Jacksonville, attests, “When you know the story behind [the artists] it becomes magical.”
Traveling Exhibitions Coordinator
Availability / Fees
Now Open; Contact the History Center for pricing information.
Smaller custom designs also available.
Supplementary Educational Programming Resource Guide
Highwaymen Exhibit Contents
- 64 Highwaymen paintings featuring all 26 artists including: Curtis Arnett, Hezekiah Baker, Al Black, Ellis Buckner, George Buckner, Robert Butler, Mary Ann Carroll, Johnny Daniels, Willie Daniels, Rodney Demps, James Gibson, Alfred Hair, Isaac Knight, Robert Lewis, John Maynor, Roy McLendon, Alphonso Moran, Harold Newton, Lemuel Newton, Sam Newton, Willie Reagan, Livingston Robers, Cornell Smith, Sylvester Wells, and Charles Wheeler.
- 27 text panels and graphics