A. Phimister Proctor Museum
37554 Vista Key Drive NE
Hansville, Washington 98340
Phimister Proctor "Sandy" Church
Laura Proctor Ames
Do You Own a Proctor?
The Proctor Museum receives inquiries from people across the country interested in the history of their Proctor sculpture, paintings, etchings and other artwork. The most effective way to analyze an artwork is to inspect it in person, although that’s not always
possible. The next best approach is to review close-up photographs or digital images of the piece.
We can help you learn more about your Proctor artwork, or provide you with additional resource information.
If you’re interested in researching your Proctor art, please send us an email with all of the information you know about the piece and include digital images. The images should show close-up shots of Proctor’s signature. For bronzes, include images of signature, copyright, foundry markings, and if possible, the underside of the sculpture. These images will provide us with insight into the history of the artwork.
The Proctor Foundation and Museum continues to research and collect Proctor’s lifetime artwork.