December 6th – January 27th
Wild in Arts@302
November 11th-November 26th
November’s show featured wildlife art made by Pamela Winters, Katie Webster, Larry Waid and Jan McKay.
Focus on Fiber Arts
October 6th-October 29th
Fiber Artists of Oklahoma is proud to present their member’s exhibit in the new Arts@302 facility.
For Love of Arts and Roses
September 14th-October 1st
Held in conjunction with Chalk It Up! and The Rose Festival, this exhibit features over 100 professional and amateur pieces from artists in the Broken Arrow community. Divisions include Pre-k – 5th grade, 6th – 12th grade, adults (18+), seniors (60+), and professionals.
1st-3rd place and People’s Choice will be awarded at the artist reception on Saturday, October 1st from 3pm-4pm with 1st place winning a cash prize. Stop in and cast your vote for People’s Choice today.
Celebration of Native American Art and Culture
August 4th – 30th
Our Celebration of Native American Art and Culture will feature the traditional and contemporary works of Oklahoma Native Americans of all tribes. Featured mediums include drawing, painting, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture, basket weaving, and jewelry.
Our show will be held in conjunction with the upcoming First Annual Broken Arrow Intertribal Veterans Pow Wow that will take place August 5th-7th, 2022 at the Broken Arrow Events Park. This will be a three day Pow Wow to honor our veterans, benefit both Mission 22 and BAIVA and to bring the community together in fellowship.
This show will be celebrated with an opening reception on Thursday, August 4th from 5:30pm to 8pm. This reception and gallery exhibit will be free and open to the public. We are excited to partner with Nātv Restaurant and American Inheritance Confectionary for our free catered reception.
Glass Colored Roses
June 21st – July 29th
Our first solo exhibition features the work of glass and mixed media mosaic artist, Katie Wheat Pernu. As a medium so affected by light, expect these works to truly shine in our new window-lined space! In this exhibit, you will explore a combination of hand cut and chipped stained glass, stones, beads, old hardware, and an array of found objects. Viewers will experience both a variety of colorful images from a distance, as well as a study of tiny textural bits and pieces upon closer observation.
“The old saying – ‘seeing the world through rose colored glasses’ – is obviously the inspiration for my title, but my seeing is not passive. It is active. My view is changed in the doing itself – the creation, the execution and the analysis of each piece. Seeing in new ways is my job.
Many of us engage in activities that truly take us away from our worries. There is such focus in the moment, that all else disappears. Whatever does that for you, it is not just an activity. It is your best gift.
To me, the world is a kinder, gentler place looking through my glass. I invite you to come and look with me.”
Glass Colored Roses was celebrated with a catered reception held on Thursday, July 7th from 5:30pm to 8pm that was free to the public. The reception was sponsored by the Blockhouse Grill and Pub and Wild Meadows Café with floral embellishments by The Flower Co.
Teaching Artist Showcase
April 28th-June 10th 2022
We are proud to present a special showcase of our teaching artists. Along with their works you will find information on each artist’s upcoming class in our summer schedule. A reception with light refreshments will be offered April 28th at 5-7pm. There will be a raffle with a chance to win a free class.
Amy Fiegener – Teacher of Elementary Art
Andrea Lunsford – Teacher of Beginner Ukulele and Pop Rock Keyboard
Brian Price – Teacher of Clay For Kids
Carly Wilder – Teacher of Macramé Methods
Holly Embry – Teacher of Toddler Jam
Jennifer Casey – Teacher of Drawing From Life and Plein Air Landscapes
John Castle – Teacher of Basic Ceramics
Katie Pernu – Teacher of Paper Maché Pets
Kyle Todaro – Teacher of Wild Plants in Watercolor
Mark Cook – Teacher of Short Story Workshop
Shelley Self – Teacher of Charcoal Explosion