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
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
Three solo exhibits by three female artists.
The 48th annual Angels and Friends Party, Wed., April 22 during Festival of the Arts.
Dan Raspyni, a comedy juggler expertly combines the art of juggling and balancing stunts with clever and clean comedy.
Photographer, Siegfried Halus, and Oklahoma artist, Paul Medina, will be featured in April at JRB Art at The Elms Gallery.
Michele Mikesell’s ‘Cautionary Tales’ paintings featured at JRB Art at the Elms
JRB Art at The Elms highlights “Cautionary Tales,” a series of compelling new paintings by Michele Mikesell, whose work will be on display through February 29.
Mikesellʼs work explores the universal human experience. Common themes include the connectedness between human ideas and animal
Diverse Exhibits Entice National Cowboy Museum Visitors
BY M. J. VAN DEVENTER
Stunning photographs by the late Ansel Adams…
This unusual trio of exhibitions is on the winter and early spring playbill for visitors touring the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Each exhibit offers a unique viewpoint on some aspect of the nation’s ever-evolving
JRB ART at The Elms will feature two artists who currently live and work in Marfa, Texas for its March exhibit.
Children from John Rex Charter Elementary had artwork showcased at Kyoto Prefecture's yearly festival in Japan.