2016 will bring new ideas, new art and new experiences to Tallgrass Art Gallery in Historic Pawhuska. We will be adding four new artists in January, three Native Americans and another art photographer. This brings our total number of artists represented to 26 fine Oklahoma and Southern Kansas Artist. We feel that we now have one of the best regional Western, Wildlife and Native American Art galleries in the area. Representing fine arts from bronzes and watercolors to traditional pottery and fine handicrafts.
In 2016 we will be working on literary arts, books about cowboy poetry and the Tallgrass area. These new projects will bring us closer to our goal of 'Bringing Arts and Artists' to the Osage area of Oklahoma.
Tallgrass Art School, in cooperation with Tri County Tech and Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve, will offer 48 classes from January to June of next year for beginning and professional artists. You can see a complete lineup of classes on the school website www.tallgrassartschool.com. Classes range from beginning pottery, the popular 'Paint and Sip' to advanced sculpture. Something for everyone to put a little art in your life.
Tallgrass Art Gallery and School continues to strive to bring more artists and classes to our gallery in Historic Pawhuska. Our goal is to represent the best of the best in Oklahoma and Regional Artists. Please visit us to see our collection and take a piece of the Osage home with you. After all, we're Okies and 'we love company'.
Musings by Bruce Carter, Owner/Curator of Tallgrass Art Gallery