Gilcrease Museum’s small works exhibition, sale makes a big statement.
“Zen Vessel” by Kevin Hardin, 2012.
Images courtesy of Gilcrease Museum.
Opens Saturday, Oct. 26
Gilcrease Museum is more than an exhibition space of fine art and traditional arts of the Americas. Sometimes it’s an exchange of composition and ideas in the form of paintings, sculpture, carvings and photography. The latter purpose is most recognizable in late October when Gilcrease opens “Collectors’ Reserve: Small Works Exhibition and Sale.” Beginning Saturday, Oct. 26, collectors can view works by more than 70 contemporary artists. Those works (measuring 16 inches by 20 inches or smaller) go on sale at a special sale event on Nov. 7. Wildlife, landscapes and portraits in expressionism to realism on canvas, in oil and out of stone or bronze – “Collectors’ Reserve” has something for every collector. Get your early peak on Saturday or online at www.gilcrease.utulsa.edu. Call 918.596.2758 to ask about the Nov. 7 sale.