Multiple paintings created by an associate professor of art at Northwestern Oklahoma State University will be displayed at an Oklahoma City art exhibition later this month.
According to a press release from NWOSU, Kyle Larson’s paintings will be among the artwork displayed July 29 through Sept. 13 during Oklahoma Contemporary’s ArtNow 2021, an exhibition in the Eleanor Kirkpatrick Main Gallery that will “showcase the new works of selected artists with active studio practices in Oklahoma.”
Artists’ works respond to the complexities of contemporary culture, reflecting the vibrant diversity of contemporary art in the state, the release said.
“I’m honored to have my work included in this exhibition amongst this dynamic group of artists who represent the breadth and diversity of art-making throughout the state,” Larson, who’s been teaching at NWOSU since 2015, said in the release.
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