The artwork of following artists will be featured during the Silent or Live Auction portion of the HEROIC event on November 7, 2019. We are grateful for their generous participation.
Jeremiah Lee Anthamatten
JLA Art and Design; Jeremiah’s studio is located at 1344 E. 11th Street in Tulsa, OK. You can learn more about Jeremiah’s works at facebook.com/jlaartanddesign.
Mary Beth Babcock
Owner of Buck Atom’s Comic Curio on Route 66 located at 1347 East 11th St, Tulsa. Mary Beth will be donating two photo canvases of Buck Atom’s and one photography print by Rhy Martin a Tulsa author and photographer who is currently President of Oklahoma Road and adviser to the Route 66 Alliance. See her work at facebook.com/marybethbabcock and for Rhy Martin see www.cloudlesslens.com
Cynthia is a Tulsa artist with a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Tulsa. In 2014 she was awarded a 3 week residency at the Mark Rothko Art Centre in Daugavpils, Latvia. Since 2017 she has been a part of the GKFF Tulsa Artist Fellowship. You can visit her studio on First Fridays at 109 N MKL Jr Blvd in the Tulsa Art District. See her work at cynthiannebrown.com
Early in her school age years she won numerous awards including the Congressional Art Award. She was a studio assistant to Tulsa’s nationally known painter, P. S. Gordon. She teaches classes and making art accessible through her company THE MOONLIGHT ART FACTORY. Visit her website at rosemarydaughtery.com and moonlightartfactory.com
Osage Sculpture and Artist specializing in bronze sculptures. His most recent work includes a larger than life bronze of Quik Trip Founder Chet Cadieux that can be seen on the grounds of the Quik Trip corporate office in Tulsa. His work is by commission only. Son of Clancy Gray.
Osage Sculpture, Painter, and Jeweler. Mr. Gray was named “Red Earth Honored One” for 2019. An award bestowed on a Native master visual whose work support of Indian Art has been substantial throughout their life. His work can be seen annually at the Red Earth Festival, Tulsa Indian Arts Festival and Indian Summer Festival.
Andrea is a contemporary abstract experimental artist. She is an Oklahoma Native American from Tulsa. She is inspired by nature and spirituality. See her work at sheisartdefined.com/pages/she and at conceptionarts.com/artist
Kevin is an emerging representational artist working primarily in acrylics. A colorist with a stront commitment to form and light, Morris combines direct observation and expressive color to create representations that juxtapose planes of flattened space with domestic and natural objects, conveying depth and plays of light. Kevin is resides in Kansas City, MO. Morris is represented by Weinberger Fine Art in Kansas City, MO and Liz Lidgett Gallery and Design in Des Moines, IA. See his work at kevinbrentmorris.com/cv-artist-statement
Director and President of Philbrook Museum of Art, Scott is guiding Philbrook to be a national model of sustainability, inclusion, relevance, and community impact. Scott will be painting from his series of “floral” pop art still lives. It will be a 30”x30” acrylic and mixed media on canvas.
Sarah Matson Westover
Sarah is originally from Tulsa but currently resides in Utah with her family. Her paintings are represented by Tulsa gallery D. A. Doran and by Serena & Lily. See her works at artsy.net/sara-matson-westover and smwestover.com and Pinterest.
Raffle Prize donated by Callan Dullea
Callan is an artist from Tulsa, OK who specializes in watercolor and oil paintings with a focus on portrait and figurative art. Callan has shown in exhibitions at home and in New York City and works from his home. See his work at callandullea.com. Callan will create a commissioned piece of his “portrait and figurative art” no larger than a 20”x20”. The appointment must be made with Callan within the next six months from date of the HEROIC event.