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James Nghiem poses for a photo, Monday, Aug. 29, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Local artists pay tribute to mysterious Banksy’s work with the Enter Through the Drink Shop group show

Local artists pay tribute to mysterious Banksy’s work with the Enter Through the Drink Shop group show

Nghiem said he has already heard from about 15 artists interested in participating in the show that’s still a month away. He expects to have around 40 pieces in the exhibit.

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The Of the Earth exhibit showcases Cherokee Nation’s relationship with the planet

“This was a place of reformation,” she explained. “Prisoners were taught trades and gardening so they could make a better life for themselves when they got out.”

(Image Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art / provided)

Cover Story: Fred Jones Museum’s Visage exhibit explores unspoken meaning in portraiture

Photographic portraiture comes hand in hand with a deceptive sense of reality. It is easy to understand how a painted portrait could be interpreted, how a commissioned artist might depict a wealthy dignitary without his double chin or with an enhanced, confident gleam in his eye. The truth is many photographic portraits are no more

Whitney Ingram’s beaded jewelry is on display at Studio Gallery through mid-November. (Provided)

Whitney Ingram, Phebe Kallstrom find their artistic home at Studio Gallery

When she taught in Edmond Public Schools, Phebe Kallstrom spent most of her time imparting discipline to her middle school pupils. So, when Kallstrom retired after 31 years, structure was the last thing on her mind. “When I retired, I finally had time for myself,” said Kallstrom, who is featured through mid-November with bead artist

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