Dreamer Concepts to host opening reception at Norman's art walk
Dreamer Concepts art gallery in downtown Norman, which has been closed for three months, will reopen Friday with a reception and new exhibit as part of this month's art walk event.
NORMAN — Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main St., will reopen Friday after a three-month hiatus with a reception celebrating its newest exhibit, “Dreamer 44: Dose of Dynamite.”
The reception is just one of a series of activities planned for the monthly Second Friday Circuit of Art event, which begins at 6 p.m.
“Doses of Dynamite” will feature works by Travis Brassfield and Kellen Carter, Norman natives and longtime friends.
Brassfield received classical training in studio art at Rose State College and the University of Oklahoma. He primarily works in acrylic, though his favorite medium is a combination of pencil and ink.
Carter works with acrylic paint, ink, spray paint and pen to create paintings and graffiti stenciling.
This month's art walk will include a Live Paint at Bigfoot Creative, 315 E Main, featuring some of the participating artists from a new pop culture exhibit, “Zombie Skins: Salon de la Vie Morte.”
“Zombie Skins” just finished a successful run in Santa Fe, N.M., and features artists America Meredith, Daniel McCoy, Bryon Archuleta, Tom Farris, April Holder, Bob Haozous, Chris Pappan, Topaz Jones and Cannupa Hansk Luger.
The Live Paint will feature Farris, Holder and artists Hoka Skenandore and Micah Wesley, who will each create a work of art in front of an audience. The two-hour session will begin at 7:30 p.m. and conclude with a live auction of the works created.
For a complete schedule of events planned for this month's art walk, go to www.2ndfridaynorman.com.
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