“24 Works on Paper” continues at Ponca City Art Center through Saturday

Beverly Bryant - July 31, 2017 8:58 am

A traveling exhibition of work by living Oklahoma artists, named “24 Works on Paper,” continues at the Ponca City Art Center, 819 E Central Ave., through Saturday, Aug. 5.

The exhibition will then travel the state for over a year, bringing original, contemporary Oklahoman artwork to viewers in communities large and small.

The exhibition features 24 artworks created on paper, including media such as printmaking, drawing, painting, and photography. The 2016 guest juror is W. Jackson Rushing III, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma Adkins Presidential Professor of Art History and Mary Lou Milner Carver Chair in Native American Art. He works in several intersecting areas: Native American art; modern and contemporary art; Southwest modernism; theory, criticism, and methodology; museum studies; and post-colonialism and visual culture.

The exhibition will continue to travel to venues across Oklahoma. Its next stop will be Aug. 11 to Sept. 23 at the Eleanor Hays Art Gallery, Tonkawa. More information including the full tour schedule is available at www.24works.org or at (405) 879-2400.

Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition is an Allied Arts member agency.

24 Works on Paper: Participating Artists

M.J. Alexander (Oklahoma City)

Ginnie Baer (Guthrie)

Sarah Bradford (Norman)

Tammy Brummell (Oklahoma City)

Linda Rimstidt Coward (Tulsa)

Gayle Curry (Oklahoma City)

Bryan Dahlvang (Oklahoma City)

Leslie Waugh Dallam (Norman)

Brian Dehart (Tulsa)

Cathleen Faubert (Norman)

Josh Jones (Norman)

Kayleigh Killgore (Edmond)

Katelynn Noel Knick (Norman)

Andy Mattern (Stillwater)

Stacey D. Miller (Oklahoma City)

Molly Murphy-Adams (Tulsa)

Kim Rice (Norman)

Lauren Scarpello (Oklahoma City)

Mark Sisson (Stillwater)

Debra Van Swearingen (Norman)

Jim Weaver (Ada)

George Wilson (Oklahoma City)

Malcolm Zachariah (Oklahoma City)

Shawn Marie Zenthoefer (Tulsa)

 

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