Where to see art in Tulsa this month.
Conformity: Textile Art by Kate Kline One of these is not like the other … Kate Kline’s textile art (shown above)explores breaking free from conformity. In her artist statement, she says, “I am exploring the ways in which we creatively defy the norm. Through this defiance, we jump-start change and progress. We express our individuality despite the rules and parameters of our lives.” Kline presents her themes using textiles and other mixed media.
March 6-28; opening reception, 6-9 p.m., March 6. TAC Gallery, 9 E. Brady St., 592-0041, www.tacgallery.org
Seeing Ourselves: Masterpieces of American Photography from the George Eastman House Collection
This show is rich in iconic photographs from many of the greats, including Alfred Steiglitz, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, Louis Hine, Richard Avedon and others. These photos from the Eastman House Collection span a century of American imagery, featuring everything from landscapes to intimate portraits. After enjoying the show, be a part of the art and have your photo taken in a photo booth as a free souvenir.
Exhibit, through April 26. “Iconic Imagery-Seeing Ourselves” lecture, noon-1 p.m., March 11, Helmerich Gallery; free with museum admission. Philbrook Museum of Art, 2727 S. Rockford Road, 749-7941, www.philbrook.org
2009 NatureWorks Wildlife Art Show and Sale Come admire and buy art in support of NatureWorks, a nonprofit organization based in Tulsa that promotes wildlife conservation. NatureWorks has done projects for the Tulsa Zoo, the historic Swan Lake district, the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, area schools and many more. You can support their vibrant giving to our community by attending this art show featuring paintings, sculptures and carvings from wildlife artists from across the United States. There are pieces in all price ranges starting at $10.
11 a.m.-5 p.m., March 1. Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center, 6808 S. 107th E. Ave., 296-4-ART, www.natureworks.org
Marshall Noice: New Landscape Paintings
Take in the vast beauty of Montana and other locales through the eyes of artist Marshall Noice. His landscapes in oil and pastel are vibrant strokes of abstract expressionism. Noice’s colors and composition reinvigorate viewers, revealing a natural world apart from the hubbub of industrialization. Bask in these calm and pleasing compositions at M.A. Doran Gallery starting March 12.
Artist reception, 5-8 p.m., March 12. M.A. Doran Gallery, 3509 S. Peoria Ave., 748-8700, www.madorangallery.com