Arts

 
Arts


 
September Rolls into the Gardens

September Rolls into the Gardens

With the end of summer, the Myriad Botanical Gardens gears up for a cool September. We’ve got a variety of options for all schedules, ages and more.
Contemporary artwork by Native American artists on display throughout Oklahoma

Contemporary artwork by Native American artists on display throughout Oklahoma

Three well-known Native American artists will have their contemporary art pieces, including, paintings and photography on exhibit at separate locations in south-central Oklahoma
JRB Art at The Elms

JRB Art at The Elms

Three artists featured at JRB in August.
“Seeking Monet”

“Seeking Monet”

Beth Hammack and Catherine Adams featured in July at JRB Art at The Elms.
JRB Art at the Elms: BEST of the WEST

JRB Art at the Elms: BEST of the WEST

JRB Art at the Elms: BEST of the WEST
“Best of the West,” a powerful exhibition of three nationally recognized artists, Joe Andoe, Billy Schenck and Bert Seabourn, who paint the essence of the American Southwest, will open 6 p.m. Friday, June 5 at JRB Art at The Elms in the Paseo Arts District.  The
Lyric’s Official State Production of OKLAHOMA!

Lyric’s Official State Production of OKLAHOMA!

Sweeps into Civic Center this summer.
48th Annual Festival of Arts

48th Annual Festival of Arts

48th Annual Festival of Arts
Annual Arts Festival brings the arts, community together By Tim Farley Organizers of the 48th annual Festival of the Arts aren’t changing anything this year, and for good reason. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it is our slogan,” said Peter Dolese, executive director of the Arts Council of Oklahoma
Ben Harjo Jr. – A Contemporary Traditionalist in Native American Art

Ben Harjo Jr. – A Contemporary Traditionalist in Native American Art

Ben Harjo Jr. – A Contemporary Traditionalist in Native American Art Paintings Reflect Wit and Whimsey BY M. J. VAN DEVENTER Benjamin Harjo Jr. has often been called “The Picasso of Indian Art.”
Study his colorful, geometric-inspired paintings and it’s easy to see why that phrase is such a perfect description of his work. His
Inspired work- Exhibits feature Native American artists

Inspired work- Exhibits feature Native American artists

Inspired work – Exhibits feature Native American artists By Linda Miller Contemporary art pieces by four well-known Native American artists are on display through June at three separate locations in Oklahoma. Inspired by their passions and heritage, Brad Woods, Tyra Shackleford, James Wallace and D.G. Smalling connect with people through photography, finger weaving and painting.
Celebrating Native Art  – Artesian Arts Festival planned in Sulphur

Celebrating Native Art – Artesian Arts Festival planned in Sulphur

Celebrating Native Art – Artesian Arts Festival planned in Sulphur By Linda Miller Dozens of Native artists, demonstrations, continuous entertainment and food vendors will be showcased during the annual Artesian Arts Festival May 23 at the Artesian Plaza in Sulphur. Hosted by the Chickasaw Nation, the event is planned as a community celebration of all