Woody Guthrie and his fascist-killing guitar projected onto Oklahoma capitol

by Allison Meier in Hyperallergic
On a Monday night in February, an image of Woody Guthrie was projected onto the façade of the Oklahoma State Capitol, his guitar reading: How did it come to this?

State says keep Woody Guthrie image off

Oklahoma capitol

An image of Woody Guthrie lit up the Oklahoma Capitol, but the state doesn’t want the unauthorized artwork coming back.

(Associated Press)

Emphasis on historic art ending in Bricktown

by Steve Lackmeyer in The Oklahoman

Artist Statement Minute: Jack Fowler's "Bricktown Octopus"

by Dennis Spielman in Uncovering Oklahoma

Kabuki Rodeo

Inspiration for Jack Fowler’s latest art exhibition came from concerns that he might be hanging meaningless garbage in his house.

by Jeremy Martin in the Oklahoma Gazette

Youngblood waitress mural painted downtown

An Oklahoma City artist is finishing up painting a portrait of an

Enid waitress on the side of Garfield Furniture in downtown Enid.

by Ryan Miller in the Enid News & Eagle

Oklahoma red dirt artists are stars this month

“Widely known for their mastery of the technical aspects of

painting and photography, these artists are rebels,” states

Joy Reed Belt, owner of JRB Art at the Elms.

by Darla Shelden in the City Sentinel

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