Visual ArtsOklahoma at the MoviesThe Oklahoma History Center in conjunction with Tulsa-based OKPOP presents an exhibit showcasing the creativity and innovation of Oklahomans and their legacy on the silver screen. ...
Apr 19, 2014
Visual ArtsAllan Houser and his StudentsIn celebration of artist Allan Houserâ€™s 100th birthday, museums across Oklahoma are honoring his memory with exhibitions â€” each on a different subject. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage M ...
Apr 19, 2014
Visual ArtsSpring FlingIn Your Eye Gallery, in the Historic Paseo Arts District, presents "Spring Fling," a group exhibit by gallery artists capturing the warm rushes of emotion that characterize this season of rebirth. The ...
Roger Disney’s “5th & Main” is among the paintings of “Cityscapes” now on display at the state Capitol.
Visual Arts Emily Summars
Roger Disney’s new exhibition of paintings, “Cityscapes,” portrays the
hustle and bustle of city life and downtown centers, using new
perspectives thriving with vibrant yellows, blues and reds.
The “Small Works” show is a once-a-year opportunity for seasoned and new collectors to acquire original art at affordable prices.
Visual Arts Ryan Querbach
Art comes in all shapes and sizes, but the Oklahoma Art Guild likes to
keep things small-scale for its annual “Small Works” exhibit, currently
on display at In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo.
Philip Stewart helped assemble Kenneth Snelson’s “Sleeping Dragon” last week.
Visual Arts Gazette staff
Now awake at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Western Avenue is
“Sleeping Dragon,” a sculpture recently installed and unveiled at its
new, permanent home in front of the Kirkpatrick Oil Company building,
1001 W. Wilshire.
Hear a dozen shutterbugs talk about their creative development, in five minutes or less, at the second “Photo Slam.”
Visual Arts Courtney Silva
Get a glimpse of what goes into the finished product when 12 Oklahoma
photographers show you their artistic process during the Oklahoma Visual
Arts Coalition’s second annual “Photo Slam,” scheduled for Thursday at
the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch.