Visual Arts articles

Transylvanian artist brings paintings to IAO

rful Labyrinth” exhibition will show at IAO, 811 N. Broadway, through Jan. 25. Her works could easily find wall space on the set of a Tim Burton movie or within a Dr. Seuss illustration. IMAGERYAccording to Darvay’s artist statement, the playful imagery in her work comes from a mythical worldview where color breathes life into

Momentum’ displays work of fresh, under-30 artists

More than 3,000 people are expected to view the work of Oklahoma’s most innovative young artists and participate in a weekend event that is as much a party for creativity as an art opening. Held annually by the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition, “Momentum” includes work from Oklahomans under the age of 30. This year’s show,

Trio of artists showcased in JRB’s ‘Next’ exhibit

When it comes to local art in this new year, what’s next? “Next,” to be exact. “Next,” which opened Jan. 1 with a reception serving black-eyed peas, is JRB Art at The Elms’ annual New Year’s exhibit, described as a vision of Oklahoma’s contemporary artistic trends. The show runs through Jan. 26. “Following Oklahoma’s centennial

Fiber art focus of JRB exhibit

Just as people need more fiber in their diet, they need more fiber in their art. Answering the call for that recommended daily allowance is an exhibit of fiber art by Martha Green, now on display through Christmas Eve at JRB Art at The Elms, 2810 N. Walker. The Paseo exhibit features themed quilts, fabric

Museum opens Oklahoma City Panorama exhibit

  Now is your chance to travel back in time and find yourself in the middle of downtown Oklahoma City as it stood in 1991, as part of “Oklahoma City Panorama.” The exhibit will be on display until Feb. 10, 2008, at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch.   Sixteen years ago, photographer

American Indian artists to autograph 2008 calendar

The 14th Annual Native American Art Calendar Signing and Show will showcase the work of 13 featured artists, several of whom will be in attendance to sign it, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Jacobson House Native Art Center, 609 Chautauqua in Norman. Southwest Indian Arts

Annual pottery sale held at City Arts Center

City Arts Center at Fair Park’s annual pottery sale is going on now through Dec. 21.  City Arts Center pottery students and teachers have been hard at work all year creating one-of-a-kind clay creations, including:” bowls, ” vases, ” sculptures, ” sake sets, ” decorative items, ” wind chimes and ” many other handmade pottery

State art collection moves to new home in state Capitol

The Oklahoma State Art Collection, which opened on Nov. 17, includes more than 100 works of art. Its gallery space in the Capitol is the first permanent home for the collection, which started in 1971. Previously, selected works were shown at the Omniplex and in traveling exhibits. “It tells our story and brings to light

Norman tattoo artist hold first show of paintings

150 align=right vspace=10 border=0> The mantra of “success is assured” was the source material for David Bruehl’s first painting for the Think Ink tattoo artist’s first show: an illustrated version of himself, looking more than a little overwhelmed. “I was dealing with the whole process of producing so many pieces in the spare time between

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