EVENT LISTING FOR JULY 14, 2017
Bigfoot Creative (315 E. Main) will feature a local favorite artist, Bigfoot Barry.
Bill & Juanita Williams Gallery (122 ½ E Main, upstairs) are adding new art to their collections! Bill will have oil water color paintings & photography, while Juanita has jewelry, hats, etc. They are open 6 to 9 pm and will be serving refreshments.
The Crucible (110 E. Tonhawa) is excited to have Heather Isaac as their featured artist in July. Heather is a local digital artist. Her work is vibrant, colorful and visually striking. She will have work available for purchase during Art Walk. As always, they are very proud to have tastings sponsored by Oklahoma’s own Success Vodka and Prairie Artesian Ales.
D.M. Wealth Management (201 E. Main) will host artist Douglas Gordon. Douglas creates abstracts that are always full of colour and movement; he pours his soul into each and every piece that he creates regardless of the size and type of the chosen medium. In addition to creating stunning abstracts, Gordon is the curator at Studio112-and-a-half in Shawnee and is constantly looking for and displaying local Oklahoma artists at his gallery. Frank Lawrence as their musical guest for the evening.
The Depot Gallery (200 S. Jones) will open Variations on Themes — an exhibit of paintings by Dr. Jim Cobb — with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. in conjunction with the 2nd Friday Art Walk. The exhibit, in the newly restored Santa Fe Depot, continues through August 25.
MAINSITE Contemporary Art: Home of the Norman Arts Council (122 E. Main) continues to host Art 365, an exhibition from Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition that offered Oklahoma artists Narciso Argüelles, Pete Froslie, Andy Mattern, Amy & James McGirk and Kelly Rogers the opportunity to create innovative artwork in collaboration with nationally recognized curator Dana Turkovic. In the Library Gallery and Water Closet Gallery, there are photos from Norman Arts Council’s recent Cultural Connections exhibition in Clermont-Ferrand, France. The second half of the exchange comes to MAINSITE in September. The Sallee Jazz Quintet will also perform throughout the evening!
Robinson’s Repurposed (325 E. Main) will be open! Stop by and view over 30 featured local artists, décor items, and vintage furniture. Also grab some dinner from Big Truck Tacos.
Sandalwood & Sage (322 E Main) will have Oklahoma native Recycled Glass Artist, Patience Rohde from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. She has been a regional artist for over 20 years, graduated from OU and never left. She has taught at Firehouse & does regional shows with Lisa Regan in Tulsa (Garden Diva). Her specialty is taking glass and mirror shards and make them whole in a modern deconstructionist manner. Patience Rohde's works Lucky Breaks will remain on display at Sandalwood & Sage through the first week in August. They will also host the Dust Bowl Refugees as musical guests from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Social Club (209 E. Main) will host artist McKenzie Fisher and will serve cocktails and snacks, as usual!
STASH (412 E. Main) hosts live music, local makers and farmers market. The monthly makers market features new and favorite vendors selling hand-crafted and vintage items. Come hungry; The Loaded Bowl and Crepes & Tater Cakes return to EDO for our July Art Walk. Coach’s Brewhouse will serve their original craft beers. STASH's features local artists and sisters, Leslie Dallam and Carla Waugh, combined they make colorful art for all to enjoy! Leslie and Carla, who happen to be twin sisters, approached STASH about a dual show, the first on the shop’s featured artist wall. These artists explore mixed media with a colorful eye for detail. Be sure to swing between 6 and 9:30 p.m.!
Studio Ink (220 E. Main) is happy to host J.J. Bradford, and her new collection, In Bloom. After living in Seattle for the past year, J.J. will be featuring some of her awe-inspiring floral photography. Also, Haley Bell will be here fresh off her trip with OAI to Quartz Mountain, with new works! Plus, Sidney Brown will be showcasing her photography in a hall length display for your enjoyment as well! Sno cones will be served!
Syrup Breakfast Boutique (123 E. Main) will have a group of artists creating an experience with live painting, free art prints, free face painting and balloons for kids, free food, and lots of fun!
Urban Alley is continuing their mini mural fest with pieces by Mario Eugnell Winston and Sam Douglas! These amazingly talented artists will be helping to beautify our alleyways with 2 exciting works going up on the garage doors of the brand new lofts on the 200 block! Plus, they will have live music and sno-cones!
The 2nd Friday Food Truck Park (Peters between Main and Gray) returns with a variety of Oklahoma food trucks boasting all sorts of street eats!