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Due to the size of our permanent collection, we are unable to display every work at all times. Prior to visiting the museum, please e-mail us or call (405) 325-3450 to inquire about a specific work’s current status.

 

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Moon Rabbit, black sculpture

Otmar Alt

The Moon Rabbit

(Der Mondhase)

collage, main image of man sitting, acrylic, photograph, oil stick, spray paint, resin and collage on paper

Radcliffe Bailey

Destination Unknown

 

 

 

 

various bubbles on white background, one red, one yellow, one blue and one orange bubble, the rest are black, lithograph

Alexander Calder

Bouboules

two people surrounded by various shapes

Sandro Chia

Untitled

blue car, inside of wrecking yard, can only see the the hood of the care, which is open

Don Eddy

Wrecking Yard

various paint colors on rice paper, yellow, navy, red

Sam Francis

Untitled

 John Nesom—Photography December 2 – December 23 John Nesom is the Assistant Director of Motion Picture Production, University of Oklahoma. He has studied photography at the Ray School of Photography, Chicago, Illinois; the Progressive School of Photography, New haven Connecticut; and with Ansel Adams in San Francisco. The artist has taken part in a three-man photography exhibition in the San Francisco Museum of Art and recently won first prize in photography at the 1963 Festival of Arts in Oklahoma City. Among the many magazines in which photographs by Nesom have appeared are Harpers Bazaar, look and Sports Illustrated.

Grace Hartigan

Liz Downing's Monsters in Mexico

abstract, emerald cutting into other images, shapes, colors

Patrick Heron

Icy Emerald Cutting Into Dark Green and Blue

mustang up on hind legs, statue, glowing red eyes, fiberglass

Luis Jiménez

Mesteño

image of a lamb's head, colorful background

Menashe Kadishman

Lamb's Head

stack

Jim Leedy

Stack

large platter

Warren MacKenzie

Large Platter

triptych that interlocks, scultpture made of granite

Jesús Moroles

Interlocking Triptych

strips of color, vertical, different patterns

Robert Natkin

Apollo Series

image of a face with different designs and colors all over,

Ed Paschke and (art) n Laboratory

No Fumare, por Favore

three camels overlapping, turned different directions, word camel written out on top of page, covred up with smears

Larry Rivers

Camels

abstract, collage

Dieter Roth

Are you Seriously Looking for Ernestine...

photographs of different parts of people

Kiki Smith

Las Animas

 

Asphalt on eroded cliff, asphalt spread out like several small rivers

Robert Smithson

Asphalt on Eroded Cliff

 

Sculpture,

James Surls

Walking Series: 3-6-9

 

 

image of a horse, black background, oil on canvas

Joe Andoe

Untitled

statue of a sphinx, bronze

Fernando Botero

Sphinx

 

 

 

 

symbolism and mythology expressed in bold colors, oil on canvas

Alan Davie

Big Solid Sender

Untitled

Dale Eldred

Untitled (scale model)

blue square in middle, the letter B in each corner, background white

Terry Frost

Four B's and a Blue

 

 

mixed media on canvas, black background with red images

Anton Henning

Peeping Tom

 

 

screenprint, love with lo on top of ve background switches between green and blue
crosshatching with compositional framework of a double image, lithograph

Jasper Johns

Corpse and Mirror

 

sacrifice of young people in war. young person upside down made of cor-ten steel

Menashe Kadishman

The Sacrifice of Isaac

serigraph, 3 pyramids, two-toned

Roy Lichtenstein

Pyramids

 

 

 

 

pre-colombian dog

Alden C. Mason

Pre-Columbian Dog

working drawing for sculpture

Robert Morris

Working drawing for sculpture

scissors used to represent obelisk in washington d.c.

Claes Oldenburg

Scissors as Monument

collage of newspaper, magazine

Adam Peiperl

Respite

 

collage of newspaper, magazine

Robert Rauschenberg

#62 Features from Currents

 

swimmer

Larry Rivers

Swimmer

abstract, games being played

Dieter Roth

Games After the Play or Before the Play

image of an indian, crying

Fritz Scholder

Indian with Tear

 

circle with red and black images inside to make up the whole circle

Leon Polk Smith

Red-Black

 

untitled

Paul Soldner

Untitled

 

abstract,

Jim Waid

Mescalito

 

 

 

acrylic on celotex

Richard Artschwager

Another study for Untitled

untitled

John Buck

Untitled

 

statue of a female leaning backwards, holding on to her knees

Felipe Castañeda

Reclinada Chac

images of people drawn inside shapes

Jean Dubuffet

Mi-Temps

clouds in a dark sky, before a storm

John Fincher

Cimarron

abstract, mixed media on canvas, red, blue, white and black

Joseph Glasco

Unititled #7

two bronze statues

Barbara Hepworth

Two Figures

 John Nesom—Photography December 2 – December 23 John Nesom is the Assistant Director of Motion Picture Production, University of Oklahoma. He has studied photography at the Ray School of Photography, Chicago, Illinois; the Progressive School of Photography, New haven Connecticut; and with Ansel Adams in San Francisco. The artist has taken part in a three-man photography exhibition in the San Francisco Museum of Art and recently won first prize in photography at the 1963 Festival of Arts in Oklahoma City. Among the many magazines in which photographs by Nesom have appeared are Harpers Bazaar, look and Sports Illustrated.

Paul Jenkins

Walking Meditation Mandala

 

several people walking on the street

Lester Johnson

Street Scene - People Walking #5

 

head of darkness

Louis Le Brocquy

Head at Darkness, Corofin

Tenderfoot

Hung Liu

Tenderfoot

 

 

 

steel sculpture

John Massee

Huguenots

in the gass

Lee Mullican

In the Gass

appears two people are about to kiss, looks as though they have been moving quickly, another figure above female

Ed Paschke

Bistro

collage of newspaper, magazine currents

Robert Rauschenberg

#71 Features from Currents

 

manasquan

William Ronald

Manasquan

two people, female in front, painted with blue, male in background painted in red

David Salle

Untitled

 

four birds surrounded by leaves

Hunt Slonem

Green Cissa

constellation #7

Leon Polk Smith

Constellation #7: 6 Ellipses

aquatint and etching in four colors

Terry Winters

Amplitude, 2000