The Four Elements
Ends Saturday, Dec. 22
When Living Arts of Tulsa began its Four Elements art exhibit show four years ago, the vibrant emergence of downtown’s Brady Arts District was still a glint of hope in the collective eye of entrepreneurs, artists and community leaders with plans for an area then largely comprised of parking lots and forgotten brick buildings. Sprinkled with art galleries, restaurants, historic music venues and a handful of specialty shops, the Brady was cool already. Since Living Arts moved to the district from its East Village locale, it has helped shape the culture. The Four Elements – with its expression in natural materials of clay, fiber, metal and wood by well-known artists – invites visitors to Brady Arts District to explore the possibilities of art and make it a part of their lives. Look for pieces by Cathryn Thomas, Sharyl Landis, Nancy Hamill, Ron Fleming and Linda Stilley to admire or take home. The work in the exhibit is for sale. Check it out at Living Arts, 307 E. Brady St., and learn why art is the best thing to happen to the district. www.livingarts.org.