America in Ink 2
The boldest print.
Image courtesy of the Henry Zarrow Center for Arts and Education.
Continues through Sept. 29
Printmaking is a unique art requiring a whole other set of precision skills and considerations than that of painting. For all that, however, the medium can share the depth of fine art as it fulfills a purpose. Tulsa's Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education, 124 E. Brady St., continues the run of America in Ink 2 through Sept. 29. The exhibit features work from invited artists assigned to focus on a single year and create a print that reflects it. This installment specifically covers the years 1810-1843, the period of the young American democracy rife with change from expansion and immigration and unrest over slavery and labor. America in Ink 2 is the second installment of The Visual History of the United States series. View it from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday at the Zarrow Center. Admission is free. For more, go online to www.gilcrease.utulsa.edu.