With his monthly Internet-based scavenger hunts, Anthony Pego is spreading his art in new and exciting ways.
The Red Earth Art Center, 6 Santa Fe Plaza, has a lot to celebrate, and it is doing things up right.
Both photographers explore varied aspects of the great outdoors, capturing bewitching landscapes and cityscapes in dazzling light and color.
While scanning a well-known artist hangout, Jackson Rushing saw an intriguing flyer for an art history symposium tacked to a bulletin board.
The Urban Indian 5 (UI5) Association is a group of contemporary Native American artists who are seeking to help heal in nontraditional ways.
Perception is the kickoff exhibition of the fall semester at the University of Oklahoma’s Lightwell Gallery.
Two artists, who grew up worlds apart, have come together to celebrate the feminine form and explore female identity in more than 100 mixed-media works.
The Oklahoma City Zoo launched its fifth annual Art Gone Wild animal art show earlier this month, with a.k.a. Gallery hosting for the first time.
The sky was cut in half, Oklahoma City artist Kelli Folsom remembers. One half was a brilliant hot pink, and the other was the dark blue-gray hue of an approaching thunderstorm.
Local artist Anthony Pego was looking for inspiration, and it just wasn’t coming. An artist by trade, he was branching out from two-dimensional art, things that hang on walls.