As a nonprofit institution, the Briscoe could not operate without the generous support of its patrons, sponsors and underwriters. The funds raised through Night of Artists benefit the Briscoe’s full array of exhibitions, public engagement and educational programs throughout the year, allowing the museum to meet its mission and nurture the understanding and appreciation of Western art. The museum is grateful to this year’s Night of Artists sponsors for their support of the museum’s mission. Western Art Title Sponsors for 2023 include the Klesse Foundation, the Plum Foundation, and Debbie and John T. Montford.
WESTERN ART TITLE SPONSOR- $50,000
Klesse Foundation | Margaret and Bill Klesse
The Plum Foundation | Debbie and John T. Montford
WESTERN ART PATRON SPONSORS – $25,000
Mr. and Mrs. Marrs McLean Bowman
Briscoe Ranch, Inc.
Jan McCaleb Elliott | Jessica Elliott Middleton
Valerie and Jack Guenther
WESTERN ART COLLECTOR SPONSORS – $10,000
American Lumber | Laura and Barry Hendler
Gates Mineral Company, Ltd.
Beth and Mike Harper
Bonnie and John Korbell
Luther King Capital Management
Jinny and David Mullins
Scott Petty Family Foundation
Denise Pride and Donald Gates Elliott
Ruthie and Johnny Russell
Muriel F. Siebert Foundation
San Vincente Ranch, Ltd.
Silver Eagle Beverages
Courtney and Mark Watson, Jr. | The Watson Foundation
WESTERN ART UNDERWRITERS SPONSORS- $5,000
Art of the West
Margaret and Dolph “D.B.” Briscoe IV
Capital Farm Credit
Clint Orms Engravers and Silversmiths
Linda Gail and Robert Dullnig | Dullnig Ranches
KreagerMitchell Attorneys at Law
Amy and Ken Maverick | Maverick Whiskey
Sanger & Altgelt
Tale to Tell Communications
Texas Capital Bank
Western Art Collector
Williams-Chadwick Family Charitable Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for 2023 Night of Artists, please contact Amber Phifer at (210) 507-4864 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Governor Dolph Briscoe and his wife Janey envisioned a Museum that would preserve the stories and traditions of the American West.