I have an art exhibition at Leslie Powell Foundation Gallery titled Natural Impressions. My show has 46 works and 30 of them have never been displayed in a gallery or shown in public before. The other artist in the gallery is Jason Wilson. His show is titled Hardline, and he has 26 paintings on display. The reception is Saturday, May 12th, from 7-9pm. I hope that you can join us!
I will have four paintings in Oklahoma Contemporary’s upcoming ArtNow exhibition in Oklahoma City.
The ArtNow exhibition, opening Jan. 9, highlights the diversity of Oklahoma art today, featuring 24 artists and 200 works. The Jan. 20 closing event is an art sale — the first big party of the year with cocktails, tastemakers and the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind works by Oklahoma artists. Proceeds help keep Oklahoma Contemporary exhibitions open free of charge, year-round. (from Oklahoma Contemporary’s website)
Three one-of-a-kind ornaments and three matching paintings of mine will be available at Kasum Contemporary’s upcoming holiday art exhibition.
Fri, Nov 18, 2016 – Wed, Dec 21, 2016 at Kasum Contemporary Fine Art 1706 NW 16th St.
It is almost time for one of my favorite yearly art fundraising exhibitions! I will have artwork available at Oklahoma Visual Art Coalition’s upcoming 12×12 art show at the Oklahoma Science Museum.
I have an upcoming art exhibition at Leslie Powell Foundation Gallery in May, 2018, along with fellow artist Jason Wilson. I am working on several large-scale paintings, and I will post some works in progress as I get ready for the show.
I have several new works on display at Kasum Contemporary Fine Art Gallery in the Plaza District of Oklahoma City. I am trying out some new resin in my work and loving the layered results!
I have three paintings in Kasum Contemporary‘s Small Works art exhibition. Stop by to pick out a one-of-a-kind gift for the holidays!
I have an upcoming printmaking demonstration at Artspace at Untitled in Oklahoma City. The artist talks and demos are for The [Press] at Untitled’s Monothon printmaking event.
My printmaking demo will be on Saturday, Feb. 28th, from 3:00pm – 4:00pm “Chine colle’ and Collage”
I will give a demonstration on chine colle’ and collage methods for printing and layering other elements on the press.
(Dylan Bradway will also give a demo on the 28th (12pm-2pm) on “Painterly Approach” – Monotype is considered the painterly process of printmaking, and this demo will take that sole painterly approach to the process of creating a monoprint.)
Artspace at Untitled 1 NE 3rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73104 | 405.815.9995
I have new artwork available at Kasum Contemporary in the Plaza District of Oklahoma City. Stop by to pick out a one-of-a-kind gift for the holidays!
I will have artwork available for bid at the upcoming Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s 12×12 fundraising event at the Science Museum in Oklahoma City. I love participating in this wonderful exhibition every year, I hope that you can join us!
(from their website) Measuring just twelve inches square, fresh art by 150 Oklahoma artists is featured at the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s 25th Annual 12×12 Art Fundraiser along with live music and local restaurants for a one-night-only event. Held on Friday, September 19, 7:00 pm at Science Museum Oklahoma (2100 Northeast 52nd Street) in Oklahoma City, the 12×12 Art Fundraiser raises funds for the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) to help artists throughout Oklahoma to realize their potential. The 2013 12×12 raised $68,000 through sponsorships and art sales with more than 1,000 in attendance. Funds raised from the event support OVAC’s programs for artists including education, exposure and funding. Tickets to the 25th Annual 12×12 Art Fundraiser are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. They are available by phone at 405-879-2400, online at www.12x12okc.org, or at ticket outlets: Blue Seven, Full Circle Bookstore, New Leaf Florist, Guestroom Records (Norman & OKC) and Café Evoke (Edmond).
I will have new work available at Kasum Contemporary for their Grand Re-opening coming up soon.
(from their website) This coming Saturday, September the 12th the former Paseo Originals Art Gallery will début itself anew as Kasum Contemporary Fine Art; now in the Plaza District at 1706 NW 16th Street (Oklahoma City, OK 73106). The Grand Opening will take place from 7:00 – 11:00 during Live on the Plaza; a monthly arts and entertainment walk. The gallery will exhibit a large selection of familiar and new gallery artists, from artists across the globe, that canvas a broad range of styles and techniques.
Eight works from the Ingrained Nature Series are now at Paseo Originals Art Gallery. They are Prismacolor colored pencil nature studies on wood panel 20″x 20″.
(update: four are sold and four are still available for purchase at the gallery)
2920 Paseo Street Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Artist reception for solo exhibition in the East Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol on Tuesday, December 10th, from 4pm-6pm
Exhibition dates: November 18th, 2013, through January 19th, 2014
Click here for more information from the Oklahoma Arts Council on the solo exhibition in the East Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol.
Solo art exhibition in the East Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol from November, 18th, 2013, through January, 19th, 2014.
Artist talk and art demonstration at Ponca City Art Center on Saturday, September 7th at 2:00pm. They are located at 819 East Central, Ponca City, OK 74601.
Solo art exhibition at Ponca City Art Center from August 25th through October 6th. They are located at 819 E Central Ave, Ponca City, OK 74601.
Solo exhibition at Paseo Originals Art Gallery – May 2013
– Artist Reception Friday, May 3rd from 6:00-10:00 PM. The show will run through June 1st.
Artwork: Spring Patterns Are On My Mind
watercolor, carbon, and acrylic on Claybord
24″ x 24″
A Group Exhibition of Twenty Six Represented Artists
Exhibit Dates: February 1st – 27th, 2013
Opening: Friday, February 1st from 6:00 – 10:00 PM
This February Paseo Originals Art Gallery will host a kaleidoscopic exhibition of artwork by represented gallery artists which as a whole demonstrate an extreme diversity of style interest and artistic approach. Headlining the event will be a jewelry trunk show for the new design collection by Norman, Oklahoma artist Tomoaki Orikasa. Other visual creatives to be featured in the show will include: Katherine Liontas Warren, Todd Jenkins, Chris Claussen, Stacey D. Miller, Roy Orr, Paul Pfrehm, Barbara Scott, Mary Bechtol, Jan Brieschke, Kate Rivers, Francene Levinson, Brett McDanel, Benjamin Soehnel, Pavel Wang Yu Tsai, John Byrne, Ron Fleming, Micheal Zecca, Wayne McKinzey, Michelle Himes McCrory, Jim Dodson Jr., LeRoy Schultz, Bob Adams, Joe Turk, Tom Wester and Morgan Robinson. The exhibiting artists represent over twenty different forms of media ranging from new media to precious metal. An Opening Reception is scheduled to be held Friday, February 1st from 6:00-10:00 PM at Paseo Originals Art Gallery for the group exhibit “Alphabet Soup”. The exhibit will run from February 1st through the 27th of the month. The exhibit and all associated events are free and open to the public.
September 28, 2012, 7:00 pm
50 Penn Place, 1900 NW Expressway, OKC
150 Oklahoma artists, Food from 25 local restaurants, Live Music
The 12×12 Art Fundraiser is the only fundraiser for the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition. The funds raised help OVAC continue to make Oklahoma a place where visual artists thrive and contribute fully to their communities. For 12×12, each artist must create a work that conforms to the dimensions of twelve-by-twelve inches. The artwork is sold in a surprising silent and blind auction, meaning bidders will not know what others have bid. Bids for each piece begin at $168. Collectors who fear losing a piece of art in the auction may “Buy It Now” to trump the auction.
A Special Exhibit Of New Work By Gallery Artists
Exhibit Open: March 1st – April 1st 2012
Opening Reception: Friday, March 2nd 6-10PM
Artist Lecture: Saturday, March 3rd 1-2PM
Sunday On Paseo Creek: Sunday, March 18th 1-4PM
Cocktail Closing Reception: March 31st 6:30-9PM
While there is no consigned theme for the artwork represented by Paseo Originals Art Gallery it can be said that the selection is contemporary and diverse. Bold in style, technique, color, or subject every artwork in the gallery makes a statement and leaves an impression on the viewer. Opening this March, the exhibit “Infinitely Art” will provide a taste of the galleries eclectic selection through the new works of eighteen gallery artist. The gallery will host an opening reception, with live music, during the Paseo Arts District First Friday Art Walk from 6pm – 10pm on March 2nd, 2012. Wine, refreshments and hor d’oeuvers will be served during the evening’s reception. There will be an artists lecture on Saturday, March the 3rd at 1pm following the night of the exhibit opening where artist will discuss their creative process and technique. The exhibit, reception and lecture are free and open to the public. The exhibit will culminate with a Cocktail Closing Reception to be held Saturday, March 31st, 2012 6:30-9 pm.
January 5th through 29th, 2012 Paseo Originals Art Gallery will be featuring a group show with artists Tom D. Wester, Dawn Williams, Michelle Himes-McCrory, Brooke Rowlands, and Kjelshus Collins. “Artifice, Creativity’s Next Generation” is an exploration of line and texture through the eyes of five artists solidified in their styles while still evolving in their creative approach. Collins and McCrory, both graphic artists working in printmaking media, expose us to the tactile quality of their work through the printing matrix itself. Working through the traditional lino-cut process, Kjelshus Collins, delivers his sociopolitical subjects through crudely cut lines which weave themselves into dramatic depictions of dithery and angst. Conversely, Michelle Himes-McCrory creates her printing plates through modern machine etching processes which allow her to exhibit a refined line structure in her self reflective visages and create unique, subject driven components which she sometimes integrates into her final compositions. Wester has taken an idiomatic approach to his medium creating what he refers to as “Graphic Paintings”. His lead and graphite works on paper, minimalist in composition, seem comparable to an etude; a musical composition built on technical motive, but played for its artistic value. Grace and chaos find one another at home in Wester’s highly textural line structures. Artists Brooke Rowlands and Dawn Williams bring a touch of color and enigmatic expression to “Artifice” through distinctive approaches to their respective creative processes. Rowlands’ mixed media work juxtaposes acrylic on panel abstract paintings with highly refined pen and ink line structure; delineating colorless, free floating blossoms of various species affront vivid splashes of tactile color. Williams path to texture lies in her peculiar use of ephemera and metal alchemy which fuse the seemingly disparate into the edgy and enchanting. Her juxtaposition of bold colors and metal alchemically lends unique, subtle textures to the backdrops complimenting the focal expressions of interpersonal attractions and the carnality of the feminine form. The gallery will host an opening reception, with live music, during the Paseo Arts District First Friday Art Walk from 6pm – 10pm on January 6th, 2012. Wine, refreshments and hor d’oeuvers will be served during the evening’s reception. There will be an artists lecture on Saturday, January the 7th at 1pm following the exhibit opening. The exhibit, reception and lecture are open to the public.
I have an upcoming solo show at Redlands Community College Art Gallery. There will be an art reception on Wednesday, December 7th from 3pm – 5pm, I hope that you can join me. This event is free, open to the public, and kid friendly! The exhibition will include mixed media printmaking works and will be on display from December 4th, 2011 through January 28th, 2012.
Redlands Community College Art Gallery is in the Larry F. Devane Multimedia Lifelong Learning Center 1300 S. Country Club Rd. El Reno 73036 / (405) 422-1485 (open Mon-Fri from 8am-5pm)
I will have artwork included in this year’s Red Dot, a wonderful fundraising event for IAO Gallery, featuring over 130 Oklahoma artists.
From the IAO Gallery website:
The name Red Dot denotes the all-important red mark that a gallery places on any work of art as soon as it is sold. Red Dot is also the name of Individual Artists of Oklahoma’s (IAO) annual art auction scheduled for Friday, November 11 from 7-11 p.m. …
…Funds raised via Red Dot directly support IAO exhibitions throughout the year. Cost of admission to Red Dot is $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Tickets will be available for purchase after October 4th.
Find out more at the IAO Gallery website – 2011 Red Dot
I will have artwork included again in this year’s 12 x 12 art fundraiser for the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition.
From their website:
A one-night only event, the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s 12×12 Art Fundraiser combines artwork by 150 of Oklahoma’s finest artists with local restaurants and live music to create an unforgettable night. To be held on Saturday, October 1, 7:00 pm at 50 Penn Place, 1900 NW Expressway in OKC, the event supports the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s (OVAC) programs that enable the success of artists across the state of Oklahoma.
I had a great weekend making monoprints in the [Press] at Untitled printmaking studio. This is the third year I have participated in this wonderful printmaking event. The art reception is Friday, September 16th from 5-8pm with a silent auction of all of the prints and proceeds going to the [Press].
From their website:
[Artspace] at Untitled is pleased to present the Third Annual Untitled Monothon which will open with a reception and silent auction September 16 from 5 – 8pm and will be on view through October 1. The Monothon is a juried exhibition of monoprints by 33 artists selected by a panel of jurors to participate in a marathon of printmaking in the [Press] at Untitled. Each selected artist had two days to create up to two monoprints. Out of the two monoprints, the jurors chose one print to be offered for sale in the silent auction, the proceeds going toward [Press] at Untitled programming.
The Untitled Monothon will be open to the public Tues – Fri: 10am – 5pm and Sat: 10am – 4pm, Sept 16 through Oct 1. The Opening Reception & Silent Auction will be on Friday, Sept 16 from 5-8pm. Admission is free.
I will have work up at a.k.a. gallery during the Paseo Arts Festival this weekend! Stop by to see art by Ashley Griffith, Romy Owens, Sarah Atlee, Marilyn Artus, Shanna Paddock, Tony Westlund, Dustin Oswald, Lindsay Harkness, and Anthony Pego.
(from the a.k.a. gallery website)
a.k.a. gallery is a contemporary art gallery established 2006. The gallery is dedicated to the promotion of national and local artists, providing original fine art to established and emerging collectors and catering to special events in support of fine art organizations that foster social awareness and promote environmental issues.
3001 Paseo Oklahoma City, OK 73103
PASEO ARTS FESTIVAL 2011
Memorial Day Weekend, May 28, 29, 30, 2011.
The festival hours will be Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 8:00pm, with music until 11pm and Monday from 10am to 6pm, with music until 7:00pm. The Paseo is located between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Paseo Arts Association
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
I will have two artworks up for bid this weekend at the Expo Center in Stillwater. Both pieces are depicting my Great-Grandfather Frank ‘Pistol Pete’ Eaton. All sales benefit Turning Point Ranch, a wonderful organization dedicated to enriching the lives of people facing physical, mental, or emotional challenges through therapeutic horsemanship.
April 17 • 12:30 to 2:30 • Expo Center • Tickets: $10 cash ($15 at the door)Available at: Alan’s Pharmacy • Stillwater National Bank • BancFirst – Hall of Fame • Stillwater Milling •The Territory
I will have a two person exhibition at TAC Gallery in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with Kristin Gentry from April 1st through April 30th
Please join us for an artists’ reception on Friday, April 1st from 6:00pm – 9:00pm
The event is free and open to everyone. There will be refreshments (including cupcakes!)
Tulsa Artists’ Coalition
9 East Brady, Tulsa, OK 74103
The artwork for this exhibition will exemplify the mixture of contemporary and traditional printmaking methods. The works are often labeled as printmaking mixed-media for the pieces often start as traditional prints but are then altered into more modern mixed-media pieces.
The works will be mounted on cradled wood as apposed to traditional framing methods. This approach gives the works a more organic look and allows a direct view without the glass.
The Sketchbook tour continues…
I have a sketchbook in the tour, stop by and see it if you get a chance. Next stop, SPACE Gallery.
March 30-April 2, 2011
538 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
I will have two pieces of art available at Money Talks Art Walks.
From the IAO Gallery website:
Money Talks, Art Walks is almost here! This popular fundraising event happens Saturday, March 12 from 7–10pm at the IAO Gallery located at 706 W. Sheridan, in Historic Film Row of downtown Oklahoma City.
With Money Talks, Art Walks, you see high energy coincide with an art sale. This exciting event gives people the opportunity to add affordable art to their collections in very fun fashion. A diverse array of two hundred works created by emerging, mid-career and established Oklahoma artists will grace the walls of the gallery. All the work will be available for $50 to $100! Here’s the catch: all of the artwork will be hung with no title information and the artist of each piece will be identified only after that work has been sold; all the artwork is available for essentially the same price, and patrons can acquire work only through the ‘luck of the draw.’ Attendees will have the option to buy Money Talks tickets for three pools: $100, $75 or $50. Each collector can buy as many tickets as he or she wishes in any or all of the pools, but only 200 Money Talks tickets will be available to represent the 200 pieces of art available.
The Sketchbook Project 2011 by art house co-op will be travelling to Austin this weekend during SXSW. I have a sketchbook that will be on display along with almost 10,000 other artists from across the world. After Austin the sketchbooks will travel to Portland, ME; Atlanta, GA; Washington, DC; Seattle, WA; San Francisco, CA; Chicago, IL; and then Winterpark, FL. After finishing their tour the sketchbooks will become part of the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Art Library where visitors can check out the books for close inspection. I am happy to be a part of this wonderfully creative art tour!
March 12, 2011
(during the SXSW festival!)
Austin Museum of Art
Located in the Community Room
823 Congress Ave
March 13th, 2011
(during the SXSW festival!)
29th St Ballroom at Spider House
2906 Fruth St
Austin, TX 78705