2 New Art Exhibits Open at Living Arts of Tulsa

Two new art exhibits are opening for the month of January at the Living Arts of Tulsa Gallery. Both exhibitions will be open from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the first Friday.

An exhibition called “Three Ring Art Thing” features 4 different artists and different types of artwork, from pop art to graffiti and photography.

Faith Green is the curator and her works are part of the exhibition.

Green said her art is colorful, pop art that thinks outside the box and makes a statement.

She brings her Louisiana style to Tulsa, where she has partnered with three other artists for her exhibit. Their work combines all different styles.

“Finding the right place, the right time, the right people, and having these four artists come with me to do it, it was a perfect opportunity,” Green said.

Another exhibition this month is called Preserve/Decay by Mirella Martinez.

Martinez uses objects like cigarettes and jewelry to create unique works of art representing the beauty of life’s imperfections.

Living Arts of Tulsa Gallery and communications manager Sina McLin said admission to the gallery is free. They want to make art accessible to everyone.

“It’s a really cool balance. I feel like it’s pop art, super colorful, it’s really fun. And then Mirella’s work also has some cool resin pieces but it’s a bit darker, grittier, but they really vibrate with each other, which is why we paired them,” McLin said.

The exhibitions will be presented for 2 weeks.

William E. Bennett