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

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.”

BFA Studio Capstone Exhibition
February 27 - March 14
Reception: Friday, March 1, 5:00p - 7:00p

This exhibition presents the work of the BFA Studio Art students graduating in May 2019. Each of these artists has been developing and refining a distinct body of work representing the culmination of each student’s artistic development, achieved after several years of experimentation, research and critical thinking.

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July 15 – August 28

This exhibition presents a selection of drawings and prints by OSU students from the 1940s through the 1960s. These beautiful works of art include drawings, watercolors, and prints displaying a variety of subjects, both representational and abstract. The majority of the images in the collection were produced in classes taught by the well-known Oklahoma artists and faculty members Doel Reed (1924 - 1958), Ella Jack (1928 - 1958), J. Jay McVicker (1959 –1977)  Jack, Reed and McVicker all incorporated trends in modern art, from surrealism to abstract expressionism, into their own work and into their teaching.

Reception: Friday, August 24: Reception 5:00-7:00

 

September 4 -  September 28

“Using the Chinese writing system as an entry point, the artist deconstructs, analyzes, and reconstructs the process of art making. This series of work addresses issues surrounding the systemization and institutionalization of art-making throughout human history, and the similarities of this pursuit across different cultures. These digital compositions are reminiscence of traditional painting, illustration, prints, and photography. Gong’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in the U.S., Europe and China.” 

Friday September 28: Reception: 5:00 – 6:00

                                    Lecture: 6:00 -7:00

Friday, September 28: Workshop, Bartlett Center TBA

Saturday, September 29: Workshop 10:00 – 2:00, Prairie Art Center


 

 

 

October 3 - November 1

Current works of art in all disciplines by the faculty and faculty emeritus in the Oklahoma State University Department of Art.

Reception: Thursday, October 25, 5:00-7:00 

 

November 5 - November 29

This exhibition presents the work of the BFA Studio Art students graduating in December 2018. Each of these artists has been developing and refining a distinct body of work representing the culmination of each student’s artistic development, achieved after several years of experimentation, research and critical thinking.

Friday, November 9: Reception, 5:00 -7:00

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May 21 - June 22, 2018

The Tour de Quartz is a selection of artwork created by Oklahoma high school students during the 2017 Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain (OSAI). During their two-week residency at Quartz Mountain, students are immersed in one of eight artistic disciplines and taught by nationally renowned artists.

Each student artist is represented by one piece of artwork in the Tour de Quartz.

Whitney WS

Mandalas as a symbol of wholeness are found in cultures around the world, reflecting the symmetry of natural forms, the cycle of life, and the circle of community.  This large-scale ceramic installation of sculptural mandalas represents the life journey of the artist, who recently returned from a residency at the Watershed Center for Ceramic Art.  This exhibition represents many of the new ideas that evolved in her work as a result of this amazing experience.

Feb 12th – Mar 2                            

Reception and Lecture: Thurs Feb 15th, 5pm – 7pm