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.
The sky was cut in half, Oklahoma City artist Kelli Folsom remembers. One half was a brilliant hot pink, and the other was the dark blue-gray hue of an approaching thunderstorm.
Twenty-year-old Oklahoma Christian University music student Amelia Hamrick is the first to transcribe the tune. Bonus: She’s also the first to play it. That’s right, she’s the first to play a song that’s hidden in a centuries-old painting, according to a news release posted to the university’s official website. And she gets the humor of…