“24 Works on Paper” Exhibition to be at SWOSU Through November 23

24 Works on Paper, a travelling exhibition of work by living Oklahoma artists, opened to the public on October 8 at the Southwestern Oklahoma State University Art Building Gallery on the Weatherford campus, and the public is invited to view the exhibition that will be at SWOSU until November 23.

The show features original, contemporary Oklahoman artwork.

The 24 Works on Paper exhibition features 24 works of art created on paper, including media such as printmaking, drawing, painting and photography. The 2018 guest curator is Louise Siddons, Ph.D., associate professor of American, Native American, Modern and Contemporary art history at Oklahoma State University. Siddons' research interests focus on the history of printmaking and photography, particularly in relation to representations of race, racialization, gender and sexuality. She is also interested in the history of modernism in the margins, both socially and geographically.

24 Works on Paper participating artists are:

Andy Mattern (Stillwater)

Brian Dehart (Tulsa)

Bryan Dahlvang (Oklahoma City)

Claire Holloway (Oklahoma City)

Douglas Elder (Norman)

Emma Difani (Oklahoma City)

Haley Prestifilippo (Norman)

Howard Koerth (Oklahoma City)

Jana LaChance (Oklahoma City)

Jason Cytacki (Norman)

Jennifer Johnson (Stillwater)

JJ Hawkey (Stillwater)

Kiana Daneshmand (Edmond)

Mark Sisson (Stillwater)

Marti Cordova (Wetumka)

Mat Reed (Norman)

Michelle Bradsher (Oolagah)

MJ Alexander (Oklahoma City)

Regina Murphy (Oklahoma City)

Romy Owens (Enid)

Virginia Sitzes (Oklahoma City)