Historic to Contemporary Art on Cherry Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Brummett Echohawk Exhibit ~ May 1 - August 1, 2017
Oscar Brousse Jacobson and Friends February 5th - March 5th, 2016
Jacobson and Friends Exhibit
Doel Reed Exhibition December 3 ~ January 1, 2015
Regionalism in Oklahoma
JOSEPH TAYLOR, 'Aoudad', ceramic sculpture
Please join us to view collected artwork from regional artists including Joseph Taylor, Rev. John L. Walch, Wilson Hurley, Dwayne Hatchett, Chester Wills, Martha Avey, William Steene, Ella Jack, John O'Neil, Wm. Harold Smith, Leonard Good, O. Gail Poole, Richard Goetz, Frederick Becker, Sheridan Oman, Doel Reed, Gene Kloss, Dennis Martin,Emilio Amero,Charles Banks Wilson and many others.
OPEN HOUSE Thursday October 25, 2012 5pm until 7pm
PIERSON GALLERY 1311 East 15th Street
Please join us to view recent art acquisitions
from our trip through the Southwest
Sunday, September 23rd, 2012, 12pm-4pm. Chips & Salsa!
New items include works by:
Walt Gonske, Wilson Hurley, Oscar B. Jacobson and others
Wilson Hurley, 'Autumn Bouquet' (1977) 13 3/4" x 16 1/2", Oil
Linda Stone, Curator of Art, at Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve, email@example.com. www.woolaroc.org, in conjunction with Pierson Gallery (Linda Pierson) in Tulsa, is pleased to present a new temporary exhibit for their guests, “Native Visions—20th Century Oklahoma Indian Art”.The works will be on exhibit in the Silas Bunkhouse Gallery through October 31, 2011.
As early as the last decades of the 19th century, Native artists had already begun making works in media like pencil, crayon, ink or watercolor on paper, depicting their daring exploits and experiences in vivid, graphic compositions. Since the turn of the twentieth century, the vitality of the early narrative style has been transformed by succeeding generations to include a broad spectrum of culturally significant content—from romantic illustrations of tribal life on the unfenced plains of yesterday to subjects dealing with modern-day development; from scenes of evolving tribal social activities to native religious symbolism.
Curator of Art Linda Stone said “For many years, we have wanted to have an exhibit featuring strictly Native American art.Thanks to Linda Pierson at Pierson Gallery and many private collectors who loaned us their treasures, that wish has become reality.We are honored to be able to share such an exhibit with the guests of Woolaroc.” The exhibit features the works of well-known artists such as Jerome Tiger and Acee Blue Eagle as well as lesser known but equally talented artists.
Woolaroc, is located 12 miles SW of Bartlesville on Highway 123.Woolaroc Fall/Winter schedule is Wednesday thru Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm and closed on Monday and Tuesday.Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for 65 and over and children 11 and under are free.
Exhibition catalogue available upon request.
(1931 - 2006)
Contemporary Fiberglass & Wood Sculptures
Dec. 2, 2010 - Feb. 5, 2011
Eugene A. Bavinger A Retrospective:
Opening Reception November 19, 5pm - 8 pm
Showcasing 16 rediscovered Eugene Allen Bavinger paintings in Abstract Expressionism that span a period from the 1950's to the 1980's.
The Art of STANLEY HESS
Artist to be present during Opening Reception Thursday, February 12th 5pm to 8pm Exhibition Continues Through April 16th, 2009
"Ink and Paper"; The Early Printmakers of Oklahoma
Original lithographs, etchings, and block prints on exhibit.
Artists to be showcased: Emilio Amero, Joe Andoe, Ina Annette, Maurice Bebb, Joe Beeler, Woody Crumbo, Stanley Hess, Alexandre Hogue, Jay J. McVicker, Nota Johnson, Elizabeth Knotts, Doel Reed, Martha Reed and Charles Banks Wilson.
Exhibit continues until Thursday, October 23, 2008.
A Centennial Celebration
September 27th, 2007.
PILGRIM EYE: Photography of David Halpern
The limited edition of David Halpern's new book Pilgrim Eye will be available at the opening of Halpern's landscape photography exhibit on Thursday March 8th from 5pm to 8pm. You are invited to meet the artist and enjoy refreshments. Exhibit will continue through April 7th, 2007.
"From My Window"
Ji-Stu the Rabbit and Sa-lo-li the Squirrel: Illustration from the book RABBIT PLANTS THE FOREST
Book illustrations and other new artworks by Murv Jacob and author Deborah L. Duvall of the award winning book series The Grandmother Stories, contemporary stories based on the animals in traditional Cherokee tales.
" ROADSTER "
Mystery Maker: The Art of Robert E. Maker
Newly discovered works - We have assembled the most complete collection of the late artist's work ever displayed and now available to purchase. Opening reception will be Thursday, September 14, 2006.
P I E R S O N G A L L E R Y: American Fine Art Boston Avenue Frame
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