“Small Talk” is as much an engineering feat as it is an art installation.
Local artist Nicole Poole shows off her late father’s work in O. Gail Poole: Flora and Felines.
Former students Joe Andoe, Linda Lou Warren, Larry Hefner and others also are featured in Legacy.
“A lot of people that get a team have done it for numerous years, but we always have room for new people as well,” he said.
“When I paint, I’m inspired by Jackson Pollock, but my style is much more aggressive. I run at the canvas, throwing paint. I injure myself,” he said as he rolled up a pant leg and showed a fresh welt. “It’s kind of like primal scream therapy with paint.”
“We can keep our creativity here, and so that’s what I was pushing with them to let them know that can happen,” he said. “That’s what this show represents.”
“[A blowgun] was the first toy typically given to boys because boy toys were miniature weapons,” Weavel said.
Current Studio curators hope to remove pressure to sell from the art-making process.
A husband-and-wife art duo bend time in a new exhibit at The Project Box.
This year’s Oklahoma City Museum of Art Omelette Party fundraiser theme is rock ‘n’ roll.