SUMMER LIGHTS BURN BRIGHTER: An Exhibition by Erin Cooper
July 29th- October 28th, 2016
Erin Cooper is a contemporary abstract figurative artist based in Oklahoma City. Erin grew up on the Oregon Coast cultivating a passion for creating visual art. She pursued a career in graphic design, and eventually formed creative studio, CooperHouse, with her husband. Erin began incorporating elements of fine art into her graphic design, and rediscovered her love of painting. Erin’s work is bright, energetic, and incorporates graphic elements and the human form. The mediums vary widely and include watercolor, acrylic, oil, pencil, charcoal, ink and wax pastels. Her style is marked by fearless use of color and detailed, yet playful compositions.
TRAIN YARD: An Exhibition by Joseph Mills
April 16th- July 21st, 2016
Joseph expresses a deep interest in both “film and digital ‘straight’ photography, addressing formal concerns, and experimental work which is sometimes extreme in nature, exposing unconventional aesthetics”. Recent work has centered around both representational and abstracted architectural remnants. Current efforts are directed at discovering the power of surface and word within a compositional context.
THE FLOATING WORLD: An Exhibition by Ellen Moershel
January 21st- April 16th, 2016
Ellen Moershel is an artist native to Norman, Oklahoma. She attended the University of Oklahoma, graduating with her BFA in Painting and Sculpture in May 2010. After graduating, she immediately moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Recently, she returned to Oklahoma to work out of her studio in Norman. Ellen has worked in many mediums including sculpture, painting, and print making. She now works primarily in abstract painting. She has exhibited work in several shows in Oklahoma and Canada. She is represented by JRB Art at the Elms in the Paseo Arts District of Oklahoma City and Visual Voice Fine Art in Truro, Nova Scotia.
HOPE, NOSTALGIA & SQUALOR: An Exhibition by Thedirtyfabulous
October 15th- December 17th, 2015
Thedirtyfabulous produces relics of the modern American psyche in large-scale mixed media paintings and drawings. Referencing diverse historical, literary and pop subjects. The compositions are littered with symbolic imagery that is part satire, personal musing and broken alchemy. This body of work began in 1993 with various pieces being shown in Europe, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Miami, Mexico City and New York City.