My work is made entirely of felted wool I make and dye by hand. Making my own materials is an important part of my artistic process because it allows me to have a hand in every aspect of creating my art from start to finish. The unpredictability involved always yields unique and interesting results. Oftentimes holes, irregular edges and sizes, and interesting variations in color and texture occur. I never get the same shape or color twice, making each piece of felt I create totally one of a kind. I use the material and its imperfections to inspire me and guide my decision-making process about the art I create. Through the use of techniques such as stitching, quilting, applique, and reverse applique I turn what was once just plain white wool into colorful and dynamic abstract landscapes.
My inspiration comes from aerial photography, satellite images, and textures and shapes found in natural environments. From high above, the details of a place are stripped away leaving only an elegant design of intersecting, shapes, colors, and lines. I take thousands of miles of land and turn it into mere inches of felt and stitching, providing a unique overview of an expansive space that cannot adequately be seen and understood from the ground. I am particularly interested in representing landscapes where natural and man-made environments intersect and have a compelling influence on each other. I often use as inspiration areas affected by climate change, natural disasters, and human use. My intent is to create a simplified and thought-provoking way to view land, our impact on it, and relationship to it while leaving the work open to interpretation, putting no demands on the viewer to see one particular type of landscape over another.
Salt, Water, City
Rock Candy Mountain
Rock Candy Mountain (Detail)
Crescent City Blues
West Texas Circuite Board
Flyover States (Detail)
Water Water Everywhere
Rings of Saturn
Sun Salt 2
Sun Salt 3
Rebecca Joskey is an emerging painter with 20 yrs working experience as a mosaic artist and 6yr as painter. Abstract expressionism has been her focus with geometric images and bold color combinations. [more]
Galimaufry 1 11 111
3 X 29 X 30 X 2" PANEL
Acrylic & collage on panel $1800 /3
flower power 2
24x24 paint and collage on Panel $450
GIRL'S HIKE IN THE FALL
48 x 48 X 2 PANEL
ACRYLIC AND COLLAGE
sold 8 x 10 with frame $$$
Two Twees on a Hill
24 x 24 on single panel with mounting boards ( 1 of 3 in series) $$$
Robins Egg Blue
24 x 24 single panel with mounting blocks $$$ available 2 0f 3 in series
Orange you the ONE for me?
24 x 24 single panel with mounting blocks/wire 3 f series of 3 $$$ Available
24 x 24 single panel collage & paint with mounting blocks/wire $$$ SOLD
24 x 24 single panel collage & paint with mounting blocks/wire $$$ Available
1 of 2 in series
Love a good Party Dress
10 x 24 gallery wrap canvas $$$ Available
Paint and collage
Think Happy Thoughts
48 x 48 on deep panel collage and acrylic paint $$$$ Available
This way one more Time
48 x 60 deep gallery wrap paint and collage $$$$ Available
Rendevous at the Oasis
53 x 41 panel with 2" deep sides paint collage on Ram Board
36 x 36 on Gallery wrap canvas $$$ NA
Private Collection Jane Zemel
Everyone's Wearin' that same ol' Funky Blue Dress
4 x 4 on gallery wrap $$$$ na
Private Collection Mary Lynch
My Particular Order
30 x 40 gallery wrap $$$ na
Private Collection Patty Porter
4 x 4 panel with 2" sides paint and collage $$$$ available
36 x 60 on gallery wrap canvas Paint, collage, oil pastel $$$$ available
Dean Wyatt creates multi-layered abstract paintings that are rich in color and texture and inspired by the landscapes of his native southwest Oklahoma. Of his work, Wyatt explains “I use landscapes as a backdrop to explore other themes. Most of my recent works depict some type of transition, whether day to night or the moving away (or toward) something. [more]
Steve Cluck is a painter, designer, and photographer based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Cluck's art has been shown in over 80 art exhibitions throughout the United States.
He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in printmaking at the University of Tulsa in 2005.
In 2005, Cluck started the design team Louis & Cluck (along with fellow Tulsa pop artist Zuri Louis). Louis & Cluck are best known for their clothing line that champions Oklahoma. Cluck's "Don't Hate the 918" and "I Heart Tulsa" campaigns have become unofficial slogans for the Tulsa area. A lifelong Okie, Cluck was inspired to make a clothing line championing Oklahoma because he wanted to proclaim his love for the great state of Oklahoma and leave a positive imprint.
Cluck won the Tulsey Award for "Arts & Entertainment" in 2012 and "Best Young Entrepreneur" in 2008. He's been named a "Mover and Shaker" by Urban Tulsa, a "40 Under 40" by Oklahoma Magazine and a "Top 10 Tulsan" by Tulsa World.
My work exists in the spaces near memories and experience. I look to engage the viewer in a visual discourse between the inherent sensuality, (history), of the figure and the fiction of memory’s recreation of experience. [more]
The Association of Kendall Whittier Art is now formed from the diverse and most excellent cadre of talent now abiding on the Boulevard (E Admiral @ Lewis).
Cinema, Film, Photography, Art Education, Art supplies, graphic artists, fine artists, and art adjacent businesses are opening the doors to the studios and galleries and workspaces every 2nd Thursday from 5-8 to welcome you to this rich concentration of art talent "in the hood".