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Q&A: Matthew Kaney’s work playful, insightful
by Hannah Cruz Forget paint or clay, Norman resident Matthew Kaney creates art from virtual materials....
Q&A: Joshua Boydston on a creative-driven life
For many artists, a life of art is one they choose. But for Joshua Boydston, it seems art chose him....
Q&A: Emily Ballew Neff comes to OU inspired
To hear Emily Ballew Neff say it, there’s long been a joke that her mother left her in a basket on the front steps of a museum and she never left. She admits that in many ways, the joke is true: She’s a self-professed “museum rat.” The ...
Q&A: Paul Moore’s work a multigenerational passion
Paul Moore’s beginnings were humble enough, but the Norman resident and University of Oklahoma artist-in-residence is now well-known throughout the state, nationally and internationally....
Q&A: Judy Osburn talks inspiration, jewelry
Wildlife has long inspired artist Judy Osburn’s work. The Oklahoma native creates animal-themed sterling silver and stone jewelry from her home studio in Norman where she lives with her artist husband, Warren Osburn. Judy is showing her ...
Q&A: Vince Leseney pays forward acting inspiration
Vince Leseney dabbled in musical theater as a child. But when push came to shove the Des Moines, Iowa, native settled on studying opera at William Jewell College and Oklahoma City University....
Q&A: JUURI incorporates inspiration from dual identity
Julie Robertson’s life is all about balance....
Q&A: Jessi Wilson mixes photography, printmaking
As far back as Jessi Wilson can remember, art has been a part of her life....
Q&A: Michael Joy Wilson combines taxidermy, rhinestones
Taxidermy and rhinestones. Not many associate the two things together but Norman artist Michael Joy Wilson has blended the two to create art that is shockingly both beautiful and humorous....
Q&A: Parker Millsap talks music, inspiration
Music has always been a part of Parker Millsap’s life. And for this 20-year-old Purcell native, he wouldn’t have it any other way....
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