With his art on 2015’s Keep It Local OK card and a new show at the Crystal Bridge, local artist and designer Matt Goad’s art is in a lot of new places.
Oklahoma City has plenty of art galleries that support local artists and more.
Art was brought to the plains and it is now on display.
The annual ArtNow exhibit and sale marks its 26th year with a Jan. 23 event at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center.
The artist’s mind keeps wandering back to Oklahoma.
A local art show hopes to bring a once thriving zine culture back to the metro.
Paseo Arts District’s In Your Eye Studio & Gallery hosts Celebrations, works by glass artist Nicki Albright and acrylic painters Sue Hale, Dana Powell and Mary Howard, noon-5 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. “We’re equal-opportunity artists,” Hale, a founding member of the gallery, said about the exhibit’s theme. “[The holiday season] is a great time…
Local artist conveys energy through work inspired by the action movement of the ’50s.
ause of fine artists of the past — as well as thoughtful curating by museums and galleries today — neo Native American artists can create work often sought by collectors while helping define and build their own communities.
Cracker gets a go and free eggnog is included!