What Legacy Had Wrought – Summer Zah

What Legacy Had Wrought Summer Zah February 7-29, 2020 Ms. Zah’s exhibition explores conceptual themes about family, culture, and institutional influences through varying artistic mediums. Artist Statement: My work, as a Native American woman, is a conceptual approach investigating familial, cultural, and institutional influences and their impact on the collective present. These pieces exude an…

Views of Tulsa – Karen St. Clair

Views of Tulsa Karen St. Clair December 6-28. 2019   OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, December 6, 6-9 pm Artist Statement: My exhibition reflects my impression of Tulsa. The light is the thread that runs through all of the pieces and the element that I enjoyed painting most. It includes acrylic, watercolor, and pastel. I have lived…

Crystal Boners – Slim Cook & Peggy Zaidle Rojas

Crystal Boners Slim Cook & Peggy Zaidle Rojas October 4-26, 2019 Women that use Meth place themselves at risk of developing serious mental issues that relate to emotional and sexual trauma due to how the drug specifically alters the neuroplasticity of the female brain. Methamphetamine use in Oklahoma has increased to epidemic levels. In response this…

Made You Look – Arthur Uphold

“Made You Look” Arthur Uphold September 6-28 Opening Reception: Friday, September 6, 6-9 pm Arthur J. Uphold, known as AJ to his friends and family, is a longtime resident of the Tulsa area and has made it his home for over 39 years.  AJ served 28 years in the US Army and retired as a…

Fish Tales – Lance Hunter

“Fish Tales” Lance Hunter August 2-31, 2019 Fish Tales Fish tales are stories often characterized by embellishments and omissions. A personal struggle with culturally manufactured myths and the fragility of relationships inspired the creation of this evolving series. The passage of time, duality and facades are persistent themes in my work that frequently surface in…

My Black Life

My Black Life Black Moon Tulsa July 5-27, 2019 “My Black Life” is a show featuring the artists of Black Moon Tulsa, a collective of African-American artists in the Tulsa area. The exhibition highlights what it means to be a person of color in America today. The collective of Black Moon artists have created pieces…

5x5s Available Online!

Try as we might, and despite rumors to the contrary, it’s never been true that the 5×5 show completely sells out.  We always have wonderful pieces that don’t find a home during the run of the show. The works in this gallery are still available and we would like to offer you the opportunity to…