Tag Archives: visual arts

Studio 112 and a Half’s Unframed exhibit is on display through Monday. | Photo Studio 112 and a Half / provided

New Shawnee art gallery in Shawnee fosters community creativity

The beauty of art lies off the beaten path, and one new gallery in Shawnee embodies this journey. Opened in October, Studio 112 and a Half quaintly rests between two of Shawnee’s historical buildings on Main Street, where husband-and-wife duo Douglas and Holly Gordon circulate vibrant work from Oklahoma’s emerging artists. “People might be surprised

Christie Hackler’s “When Lightning Strikes” with outer view of the HIVE in the background

[Artspace] at Untitled celebrates new retail shop with exhibit


Bees of the [HIVE] includes artworks by Oklahoma City and Tulsa artists whose work can be purchased at the [HIVE].

Tony Dyke and Susan Morrison-Dyke pose for a photo at their studio in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Couple works together to open artistic hub

Tony Dyke’s Views from the Studio and Susan Morrison-Dyke’s Elusive Movements are on display at Art Hall through Friday.

Lisa Jean Allswede poses for a photo in the Paseo District in Oklahoma City, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Paseo artist Lisa Jean Allswede moves on to her next adventure, this one in Las Vegas

“Because I’m a curious person and an educator,” Allswede said, “the goal for Project Box was always to have a venue that offered the opportunity to expose my audience to different materials, mediums or ideas through the arts.”

(Oklahoma Gazette / artwork "Identity Flow" by Brazen Wolf)

Cover Story: Jamie Pettis curates Backfire to retaliate against the establishment and negative state stereotypes

“I think we’ll see a lot of that realness and rawness have to come out again, because everyone’s going to be feeling it,” he said. “You can’t run away from it.”

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Letters to the Editor: Nov. 30, 2017

The vast chasm between what Trump says and does and the teachings of my childhood seem insurmountable.

(Image Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art / provided)

Cover Story: Fred Jones Museum’s Visage exhibit explores unspoken meaning in portraiture

Photographic portraiture comes hand in hand with a deceptive sense of reality. It is easy to understand how a painted portrait could be interpreted, how a commissioned artist might depict a wealthy dignitary without his double chin or with an enhanced, confident gleam in his eye. The truth is many photographic portraits are no more

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