New Patterns – Simon Waranch Glass Exhibit September 23 – January 2, 2022 Reception September 23, 6:00 p.m. Fire, metal, wood. These eternal, essential elements commingle through Simon Waranch’s skillful creativity, forming a uniquely identifiable body of work. Waranch, still a college student, is primarily a glass artist. He has been refining his craft since […]
Join us on Sunday, June 6 at 1:30 p.m. in the Sylvan Auditorium for the 77th Anniversary of D-Day with speaker Bill Parker, the first man on Omaha Beach, as we dedicate the Oklahoma WWII Veterans Memorial. Flyover by the Tulsa Warbirds and David Rule’s film Tribute to WWII Vets will be part of the […]
May 28, 2021- August 8, 2021 In 1974 the Israel Museum and the Jerusalem Foundation invited noted artist Michel Knigin to Israel. His charge was to establish the first professional lithographic and silk screen atelier in Israel. Knigin began meeting survivors of the holocaust and interpreting their suffering through sketches that became montages. In recognition of […]
April 29, 2021 – September 12, 2021 Born at the beginning of an era in both art and politics, Theodore Fried was a talented young artist whose career intersected the major movements in modern art during the 20th century. A member of the Ecole de Paris in the 1920s, his work was exhibited through the […]
“SACAL: A Universal Mexican” Mexican sculpture art to Celebrate the 5 de Mayo The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, in partnership with the Consulate of Mexico in Little Rock and the José Sacal Micha Foundation, is proud to present, SACAL: A Universal Mexican. This exhibit opened to the public on Wednesday, March 4, 2020 […]
Now–Dec. 2020 Arthur Szyk (pronounced “Shick”) is considered by scholars to have been the greatest 20th century illuminator working in the style of the 16th century miniaturists. Szyk was the leading political caricaturist in America during World War II. Come see select lithographs from his “Visual History of Nations” series dated 1945 to 1949.
January 23 – May 3, 2020 Photographs and cultural objects collected by Louis and Ronnie Davidson in 2004. A visit to Romania was like a visit to an earlier time, an era before the electrical and industrial revolutions. Authentic clothing, rugs, dolls and masks from their trips to Romania from 2003-2010.