The immersive art installation runs through Feb. 25 at Current Studio.
“I let the painting lead me,” Curry said. “I used to always try to direct my paintings, but with the wax, I find it kind of has a life of its own.”
District leaders prepare for phase one of the expansive development plans.
“We continue to perpetuate this idea that we’re outnumbered,” Owens said. “We keep saying, ‘My vote doesn’t matter.’ It’s just that the red [Republican] people are louder.”
“The Ferris wheel is in that location because it’s the biggest statement we are making that Wheeler is not just about celebrating a neighborhood,” Humphreys said. “Wheeler is about celebrating the city.”
“That piece is about using classical imagery to represent feminine energy, recognizable feminine energy, regardless of the setting or context,” she said of “Marilyn.”
Hughe Meade fabricates large metal artwork in OKC, finds buy in New Mexico.