Slow down and take a day to stroll through one of Oklahoma’s various art galleries.
In Tulsa, Art and Archeology runs Nov. 6-Jan. 17 at 108 Contemporary. The show highlights fiber artist Diane Savona, who uses her artworks as a means of historic preservation. At Philbrook, explore Maria Martinez: Master Artist through Jan. 3. Martinez, known for her stunning ceramic pieces, has been called one of the most influential Native artists of the 20th century. Fully immersive, The Experience: Imagine is ongoing at ahha Tulsa. Explore this brand-new art environment that incorporates large-scale, semi-permanent and interactive art.
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art offers up Beaux Arts at 75 from Nov. 7-April 25. The Beaux Arts collection is known for its eclectic range of work, from landscapes to religious artifacts. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum presents Blazing a Trail from Nov. 21-May 16; this exhibition explores the specific challenges women in the American West faced. Also at the NCWHM, Close Encounters: Western Wildlife runs Nov. 25-July 11, shining a light on the many animals of the American West.
In Norman, Kiowa Agency runs through Jan. 17 at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. The show highlights works created from 1927 to 1929 by members of the Kiowa Nation studying at the University of Oklahoma at the time.