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Oklahoma fine arts briefs for Oct. 14
FINE ARTS BRIEFS
“Oklahoma Gold,” an exhibit featuring works by Micheal Jones, is on view through Dec. 2 in the Oklahoma state Capitol's East Gallery, 2300 N Lincoln. Jones is a professor of studio art at Rogers State University and professor of art for educators at Northeastern State University. For more information, call 521-2931.
New gallery opens
Brayer&Brush, 3012 N Lee, is featuring works by Annalisa Campbell, Dan Garrett, Suzanne Henthorn, Jean Longo and Diana Tunnell through Oct. 31. Included are mixed media works, sculptures and oils. For more information, call 204-1120.
An exhibit featuring works by Suzanne Wallace Mears opens Thursday at the Howell Gallery, 6432 N Western. The show will remain on view through Nov. 1. For more information, call 840-4437.
Art exhibits on view
The Oklahoma Art Guild's 57th annual member show will open Saturday at 50 Penn Place. The juried art show will feature works in six categories: land/sea/city-scapes, still lifes and florals, figurative and portrait art, animal/wildlife, abstract/expressionism and three-dimensional. The exhibit will remain on view through Nov. 9. An opening reception is planned from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday.
For more information, call 204-1120.
On view through Jan. 31 at the Red Earth Museum & Gallery is “Doc Tate Nevequaya: In the Realm of the Thirteenth Feather,” an exhibit that celebrates the life and artwork of the noted Comanche artist.