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Vincent van Gogh is played by Robert Gulaczyk in Loving Vincent. | Image Loving Vincent / provided

Loving Vincent brings the work of Vincent van Gogh to life at Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Loving Vincent brings the work of Vincent van Gogh to life at Oklahoma City Museum of Art

It took the movie’s expansive team of artists as many as 10 days to paint the frames for just one second of film.

The collection of works in the Master Strokes exhibition is being seen for the for the first time outside of the U.K. | Image Victoria and Albert Museum, London / provided

Oklahoma City Museum of Art celebrates the holiday season with the international debut of Master Strokes

The exhibit includes a collection of drawings, sketching and prints on loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

“MAKAIMURA” by Chops Wanderweird | Image provided

A new video game art show gains a large following ahead of its debut at The Paramount OKC

An official afterparty will be held across the street at FlashBack RetroPub.

“Beetlejuice” by Dallas Morgandale | Photo provided

Halloween: 51st Street Speakeasy celebrates Halloween with a massively anticipated Tim Burton-themed art show

What began as a themed show planned by local band The So Help Me’s has ballooned into an unofficial Burton fan gathering.

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Sculptor Morgan Robinson’s new solo exhibition explores the duality of calm and chaos

Robinson’s show runs Aug. 19-Sept. 23 at Kasum Contemporary Fine Art in 16th Street Plaza District.

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Danny Gordon’s Comical Canines take a starring role in his art education mission

Every day, Danny Gordon finds himself surrounded by packs of dogs. In his Comical Canine Studio and School at 7918 NW 23rd St. in Bethany, every wall is filled with comic-style dogs. Beagle puppies poke out of laundry baskets, a Yorkshire terrier wears a T-shirt declaring, “The World Revolves Around Me,” and a dachshund lets

Stephen Kovash poses for a photo in the Plaza District, Friday, July 7, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

OKC art community stalwart Stephen Kovash balances creativity with his work for the EPA

Kovash spent part of his time homeless while growing up. He was legally emancipated from his family as a teenager.

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