JRB Art at the Elms art exhibit in Oklahoma City focuses on horses
The horse’s place in settling the American west is the subject of an Oklahoma City art exhibit.
There is a lot of emotional as well as horse power in an exhibit called “Horses,” devoted to man’s “most revered and fascinating animal partner,” on view at JRB Art at the Elms. Showing paintings, works on paper and prints in the exhibition are Edmond artist Jennifer Cocoma Hustis, New York City artist Joe Andoe and Oklahoma City artists Jean Richardson and Brent Learned.
Described as a state native with a “deep connection to the frontier west,” Richardson captures the energy and gestural motion of horses in her large, semiabstract, semi-figurative acrylic...
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