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Artists who want to submit their work for consideration: Please contact Gallery Director Teresa Holder.

Outlands & Negotiations: Works by Robert Bubp

Bubp’s multi-media works investigate public areas in different cities. “I search for and document experiences and situations via direct recording, collected ephemera, and mapping specific presences and movements. The resulting artworks, whether metal map forms, drawings, photos, or videos, are intentionally fragmentary, reflecting the asynchronous nature of presences (including myself) and/or situations that are out of compliance.” Bubp’s work offers a gateway to conversations about physical spaces, who claims them as their own and for what use.

January 13 – February 20 Exhibition

Wednesday, February 5, Public Art Event: 3-5pm

Reception: 5-6pm / Lecture: 6-7pm At the Gardiner Gallery of Art

Thursday, February 6, Workshop: 10am -2pm

 

 

September 9 - October 10
Reception Thursday, September 12, 5-6p
Juror’s talk Thursday, September 12, 6-7p

With nationally prominent jurors and a purchase prize, the introduction of the Cimarron National Works on Paper Invitational competition and exhibition in 1987 cemented OSU’s commitment to innovation. The Cimarron National was put on hiatus in 1995; during the development of the OSU Museum of Art, discussions resumed about its revival. More recently, donors have generously supported that effort, which has been taken up by the Department of Art, Graphic Design, and Art History. The Cimarron National has always interpreted its mandate loosely, including photography, drawing, printmaking, and paper-based relief sculpture in past exhibitions.

"From Alaska to Nebraska: Visions of the American West" with adventure artist Steve Snell

October 23-November 14

Reception  Thursday, November 7, 5-6p

Lecture  Thursday, November 7, 6-7p

Workshop November 8, 10a-2p Prairie Arts Center

Steve Snell wants adventure, or at least the image of one.  His work is inspired by the mythology and popular culture of American history and the Western landscape. This exhibition both celebrates and critiques this complicated narrative, referencing real adventures Snell has undertaken across the west, from Alaska to Nebraska.  

BFA Studio Students Capstone Exhibition

November 18 - December 5

Reception: Friday Nov. 22, 5-6 pm

Artists' Gallery Talk: Friday Nov. 22, 6-7pm

Students:

Megan Crow
Katie Daniel
Taylor Graham
Chazz Grey
Alex Lewis
Jasmine PArks
Clara Titus

 

 

BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019
BFA Fall 2019

 

August 1 – August 30

Reception Saturday, August 24, 2-3p
Curator talk Saturday, August 24, 3-4p

That Damn Art Woman

Adah Robinson, Bruce Goff and the Controversy over the Design of the Boston Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church South 

An exhibition of objects, art, photos, drawings, letters, newspaper articles, and other documents related to the people and events surrounding the controversy over who designed this historic Tulsa church.

Curated by Teresa Holder M.A.

Taylor Graham discusses her experience working with Gardiner Gallery Manager, Teresa Holder on the exhibition "That Damn Art Woman". Click here for story.

 

 

Adah Robinson late 1920's
Adah Robinson late 1920's
That Damn Art Woman
That Damn Art Woman
Sculpture of Circut Riders on the chruch
Sculpture of Circut Riders on the chruch

 

Tünde Darvay: Whisperings
January 15 - February 22
Reception: Thursday, February 7, 5:00p-6:00p, Lecture 6:00p - 7:00p
Workshops: Bartlett Center, Thursday, February 7
Prairie Art Center, Friday, February 8, 10:00a - 2:00p

Tünde Darvay’s paintings are inspired by the unique rural landscapes of Transylvania, Romania where she was born, mythological stories, interpersonal relationships, the relationship between the human and the animal world, and personal stories shared by friends. “My aesthetic worldview is profoundly mythical – it depicts a world in which color breathes life into inanimate things in order to create playful, suggestive associations along a broad spectrum of themes and forms.”