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NOW EXHIBITING: Tulsa Artist Guild (TAG), "Celebrate"

7/27-9/30 2023

Opening Reception July 27th, 2023

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      The Tulsa Artists Guild, (TAG) was established 1933 to promote artists who have distinguished themselves in their discipline of art, and now 90 years later we would like everyone to join us to CELEBRATE! TAG is hosting a fine Art Exhibition and Sale at The Museum Broken Arrow. The exhibit is free and open to public with the opening reception on Thursday, July 27th from 5:30-7:30 pm. Enjoy light refreshments while you meet the artists and view their exquisite art. This exhibition will be fluid during its duration through Saturday, Sept 30th at 4pm. All the Art in the Celebrate! exhibit is available for immediate sale, so come early and often as Art is constantly replenished.

       Also plan to come by Sat, Sept 30th while you are visiting the Broken Arrow for the Rose Festival and “Chalk it Up” for our Closing Reception, from 2-4 pm. It will be fun and give you a last chance to see the exhibit and buy some great Art! During this reception a drawing will be held to find an individual winner of our online, Tag the Name Game. Anyone who comments up to Sept 29th on our Social Media posts by reposting the name of any TAG artist during the Celebrate! Exhibition will be automatically entered. The prize winner will take home an Original Oil valued at $500 by Internationally known TAG artist Mary Russell.

     All the Artists in Tulsa Artists Guild went through a rigorous juried process to gain exclusive membership. Many Tulsa Artists Guild members have received state, national and international acclaim with works of art included in books, art videos, galleries, museums, private & corporate collections. Their fine art is in private and corporate collections in the US and abroad. Come take advantage of this opportunity to see and purchase their outstanding art.

      The original Art in the Celebrate! Exhibit will feature a wide variety of 2-Dimensional art from paintings in Oil, Acrylic, Pastel, & Watercolor, to drawings in Graphite, Silver-point, and Pen, Photography, as well as 3-Dimensional art including Wood Turnings and Bronze Sculpture. Styles range from impressionistic, realistic, abstract and non-objective.



Anyone fortunate enough to have known Barbara knew that she was a fountain of energy, vision, and positivity. She was “all in” when it came to developing the plans for our history museum back in 2003, and she was always present in planning and vision development meetings for downtown revitalization. She served on the city-chamber seminal committee that was the grass roots of re-creating our downtown into Broken Arrow’s beautiful Rose District.

Barbara encouraged both city leaders and history volunteers and sought out ways to make a difference with her quiet, personal contacts, usually after meetings, always moving “behind the scenes”. Her passion stemmed from her love of history, the arts, and the city. That love was a family trait that began over a century ago.

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