Charica Daugherty – Black Victorians

  April 5-27, 2019 Artist Statement My Black Victorian series of oil portraits is inspired by historical photographs and stories of Black Americans and Europeans in the 19th to early 20th century.   The Victorian era is generally understood to encompass the reign of England’s Queen Victoria from 1837-1901. However, for the purpose of this series,…

Multi-flavored Moments – Jini Kim

“Multi-flavored Moments” Jini Kim March 1 – 30, 2019 Artist Statement: I create narrative paintings that illustrate what is happening around me. My work includes a consistent theme that visualizes aspects of feminism, my heritage, my interests, and being a Millennial. Each of the characters in these paintings anthropomorphize my experiences with specific people I…

Then and Now

EXHIBITION: “THEN & NOW” This exhibition celebrates four Tulsa artists: JP Morrison Lans, Cynthia Brown, Chris Wollard and Shane Brown. All four exhibited at the Tulsa Artist Coalition (TAC) early in their careers and they continue to live and work in Tulsa. The exhibition will consist of work from those early shows—Then—and work they are…

Cassandra Wonderly

Cassandra Wonderly  1948-2018 We are saddened by the loss of our dear friend, Cass Wonderly.  Cass was a long-time TAC member, board member, and dedicated volunteer.  Her contributions to TAC and the impact she had on the lives of those who knew her are immeasurable. Forever in our hearts. We offer a few of our…

The Breached Macrocosm – Jave Yoshimoto

The Breached Macrocosm – Jave Yoshimoto Opening: Friday December 7, 6-9 pm Show continues through December 29 Jave Yoshimoto is an artist and educator of multi-cultural background. He was born in Japan to Chinese parents and immigrated to California at a young age. Yoshimoto has since traveled and lived in various parts of the states…

Gray Days – Kyle Larson

  Originally from Sacramento, California, Kyle Larson is currently the Director of Visual Arts and Assistant Professor of Art at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. He is also director of the NWOSU Artist-in-Residence Program. In 2012, he received an MFA in Painting from Boston University. After graduating, he lived and worked as an artist in Boston…

Undercurrents: The Oklahoma Sage – Leslie Anne Martin

Undercurrents: The Oklahoma Sage Leslie Anne Martin   Biography/Artist Statement Born and raised in rural Oklahoma, Leslie Anne Martin’s work explores social structure and perception in her region, as well as weather phenomena and its relation to landscape and culture. Martin earned her MFA in sculpture from the University of New Mexico and her BFA in sculpture and…

Floating World – Nicole White

Nicole White August 3-28, 2018   Artist Statement: -Hovering somewhere between realism and impossibility, the environments in my current body of work are my attempt to patiently document the inhabited and emotional spaces I have experienced in my lifetime. I take vignettes from Midwestern, suburban life and translate their structural components—decks, houses, fireplaces, 2x4s—into illustrated…

The (Un)Expected – Austin Navrkal

  “The Unexpected” by Austin Navrkal July  6-28, 2018   Opening reception Friday July 6, 6p.m. – 9p.m. The Tulsa Artists’ Coalition presents “The Unexpected” by Austin Navrkal, July 6 through July 28, 2018. The public will have the opportunity to meet the artist at the opening reception on July 6th, 6p.m. through 9p.m. This…