Art in the Gardens
Art Exhibit: “Interpreting Clouds” : Works by David Holland
- Opening Reception: Thursday, September 10, 5-7pm
- Exhibition runs September 1-October 15, 2015
- South Lobby, Crystal Bridge
- Reception is free and open to the public
- Proceeds from sales benefit the Myriad Gardens
Dramatic cloudscape paintings of Oklahoma’s tumultuous skies by Oklahoma City artist David Holland will be featured in the art exhibition “Interpreting Clouds” at the Myriad Gardens Crystal Bridge South Lobby Gallery September 1 – October 15, 2015. A reception for the artist will be held at the Crystal Bridge on Thursday September 10 from 5 to 7 pm that is free and open to the public. Holland uses rich saturated color and vivid detail in his paintings to share his fascination for the ever-changing storm clouds that roll across the state. He interprets the powerful character and dynamic motion of clouds through iconic paintings that capture the essence of the stormy weather that distinguishes Oklahoma’s skies as unique. All works are for sale.
Sculpture Addition to the Children’s Garden
Thanks to a signature grant from the Fred Jones Family Foundation, the Myriad Botanical Gardens is delighted to announce that the commission of a charming “Prairie Dog” sculpture from renowned artist, Nancy Schȯȯn. Look for this latest public art addition to the Children’s Garden.
Story Teller Chair
Thanks to a generous gift from Gail and Bill Beals, local Oklahoma artist Don Narcomy has created a one-of-a-kind kind mystical throne that will sure to bring delight to children and families for many years of storytelling and reading in the Children’s Garden.
Gold Fish Sculpture
Located on the east side of the Crystal Bridge.
Artist Hans Van de Bovenkamp created the 14-foot red abstract sculpture as a means to connect the organic forms of nature with urban architecture and the environment. You can find this sculpture on the north west corner of the Gardens.
“Roots” by Don Narcomey
Roots was purchased as a permanent sculpture in the Myriad Gardens to commemorate the 25th anniversary.