See a full-scale log cabin installed on the Philbrook grounds.
Philbrook recently commissioned award-winning artist Karl Unnasch to build and develop a log cabin for the Museum grounds. This permanent installation will inspire and facilitate programming, creating a gathering space both natural and enchanting.
By day, the cabin looks much like those built by pioneers in the late 1800s. By night, it glows from within, with LED lighting embedded into its stained-glass windows, colorfully tiled roof, and found-glass chinking between the logs.
This sculpture will provide a highly aesthetic and intriguing space for a new genre of provocative and rewarding experiences.
The project is made possible with generous support from The George Kaiser Family Foundation, The George & Wanda Brown Foundation, and Melton Truck Lines.