All roads lead to Norman this fall when the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art opens a new exhibition of Roman busts Sept. 4 on the University of Oklahoma’s Norman campus.
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.
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
Three artists featured at JRB in August.
New exhibits feature Native American artists
By Linda Miller
Contemporary art pieces by Jeannie Barbour, Mary Ruth Barnes and Cale Chadwick, all award-winning Native American artists, are on exhibit through Oct. 31 at three separate locations in Oklahoma.
Barbour’s drawings and paintings are featured at the Chickasaw Visitor Center in Sulphur. Barnes’ photography and drawings
BY M. J. VAN DEVENTER
first saw an animal in a painting when he was a youngster touring the Cleveland Art Museum. It was a portrait of a dead animal, but it was still captivating to Matia, who resides in Dickerson, Maryland.
As he grew older, he encountered the compelling animal
Beth Hammack and Catherine Adams featured in July at JRB Art at The Elms.
New Artists Share Love for Wildlife and Landscapes
The trio of artists chosen as first-time participants in the annual Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition all share a love for portraying the wild in landscape and animals. This is an integral theme that characterizes their paintings, which will be on view June 12-13 at the
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.
Sweeps into Civic Center this summer.