Harold T. Holden
“H” as he is known, has been capturing the West on canvas and in clay for over 35 years. While his work can be found in the Oklahoma State Capitol and on a U. S. Postage Stamp, the past few years have kept him busy with Public monuments located in Texas, Kansas and his home state of Oklahoma. Having completed 20 monuments in as many years, he is currently working on a historic larger than life sculpture of U. S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves for the City of Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
H’s work is found in museums and collections around the world and when he is not painting or sculpting, he is horseback at gatherings or team roping with friends.
H and his wife Edna Mae live on a small ranch near Kremlin, Oklahoma where they raise American Quarter Horses and Texas Longhorns.