When she taught in Edmond Public Schools, Phebe Kallstrom spent most of her time imparting discipline to her middle school pupils. So, when Kallstrom retired after 31 years, structure was the last thing on her mind. “When I retired, I finally had time for myself,” said Kallstrom, who is featured through mid-November with bead artist…
Sohrabian often incorporates themes of femininity and strength in her work.
Francesca Giani was previously a guest curator at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art in Norman.
Native Pop! organizers hope to turn the exhibit into a nationally touring Native pop-art showcase.
“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.”
Denise Duong makes traveling art as she perfects the art of travel.
“They say, ‘You don’t love America, man; you hate it so much.’ I’m like, ‘Au contraire, player; I love America so much I loved it even before it was called America!”
It is difficult to pin Pérez’ work down to a single style, but he will give it a name when he has to.
FRINGE, a local women’s artist group, holds its annual show at The Project Box.
In Your Eye Gallery celebrates diversity with an exhibit of five local creators whose works represent a wide range of mediums, styles and subjects.