By Glenda Rice Collins (Updated May 17, 2016)
Recent Works exhibition continues through May 22 at the AHHA gallery in Tulsa
TULSA, Okla., USA — Mrs. Lennox & The Gift of Falling Snow, Patrick (P.S.) Gordon’s current celebratory exhibition at Living Arts of Tulsa, continuing through April 28, brings a unique collection of Gordon paintings, never shown publicly before, out of darkness into the light, from New York to the heartland, documenting the renowned artist’s experience with the AIDS epidemic. His contrasted Recent Works exhibition continues through May 22 at AHHA. Continue reading
By Glenda Rice Collins, published November 12, 2015
BENTONVILLE, Ark., USA — As Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art readies to host the Picturing the Americas International Symposium this weekend, in conjunction with the ongoing exhibition Picturing the Americas: Landscape Painting from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic, a newly-reconstructed Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian-style gem awaits public visitation.
News from José Torres-Tama:
Living Arts of Tulsa, José Torres-Tama, and ArteFuturo Productions Receive Prestigious MAP Fund from New York Arts Entity and Transform a Food Vehicle into a Theater on Wheels
Unique Wyeth and Warhol exhibitions continue through October 5 in Arkansas
By Glenda Rice Collins, Published October 2, 2015
BENTONVILLE, Ark., USA — “The eyes are the hard part,” says the Jamie Wyeth character in David Rush’s award-winning drama, Nureyev’s Eyes. An inspired reading of the play was featured last week at a “Live Arts – Dance” event in the Great Hall of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art — concluding with an audience ‘standing ovation.’ Continue reading
Russian Art Specialist defines History of Romanov Family Era
By Glenda Rice Collins, Published September 25, 2015
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., USA–Four dazzling Imperial Easter eggs, jewel encrusted icons fit for royalty, are featured among some 230 rare and elaborate treasures created by the House of Faberge, now on display at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art through Sunday. Continue reading
By Glenda Rice Collins, Arts Columnist
Published September 2, 2015, For GlendaRiceCollins.com
Tulsa, Okla., USA — Described as Experimental, Thought-Provoking Art that Makes You Talk, New Genre XXII-B Arts Festival will Push Your Limits with exploratory, contemporary artistic productions that will also push and stretch the envelope — September 4 – 12, 2015 at Living Arts of Tulsa and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center (PAC) — with tickets offered free for the first time, due to generous sponsors.
By Glenda Rice Collins, for The Oklahoman
Published: January 4, 2015
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — “We cannot deny the politics in the clothing we wear,” said Oklahoma City artist/photographer Eyakem Gulilat, who was born in 1976. “Can you imagine a politician without a suit and tie?”
By Glenda Rice Collins, For The Oklahoman
Published December 21, 2014
Two extraordinary contemporary art exhibitions, reflecting Eastern and Western cultures globally, continue through mid-January in the heartland of the United States.