Current Exhibition at Price Tower Gallery
“Solace” by Lori Roll
November 18, 2022 – Jan. 8, 2023
SOLACE BY LORI ROLL
Join the Price Tower for the artist reception of Oklahoma Artist and Bartlesville native, Lori Roll, on Friday evening November 18, from 5:30-7:00 pm in the Price Tower Art Gallery.
The reception will conclude with a Question and Answer session with Ms. Roll.
Admission is free, and attendees can enjoy complimentary non-alcoholic beverages, with libations and food available for purchase at the Price Tower Plaza bar.
PTAC members will receive a drink coupon with their attendance.
Roll’s show will remain open through January 8, 2023.
JANUARY 14 – MARCH 5, 2023
Opening Reception Jan. 13 from 5:30pm to 7pm
Join us for an evening celebrating art with artist, Aaron Rayner. Opening reception held on January 13 from 5:30pm to 7pm at Price Tower Arts Center. This event is free and open to the public.
“Empowering Strokes” by artist, Aaron Rayner. With a focus on strength and struggle, beauty and resilience – capturing emotion and feeling through mood and message. Shown in this collection are highlights from the “Heroine” series – a culmination of nearly two years of work with an emphasis on reframing what pop-culture has brainwashed us in believing what a heroine might look like. This collection depicts figures who struggle against real challenges and demons, accepting and losing real hopes and joy, and pressing towards the future nonetheless
Drawing from several sources of inspiration including reference photography, original photography, true life and imagination to create a stylized version of the reference material. Born in Fontana, California and raised in Bartlesville, Oklahoma – Aaron has been doing art his entire life. A fine arts student of University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma and a graduate of Northeastern State University, Aaron is versed in several disciplines of art, including: painting, life drawing, pen & ink design, photography, videography, pottery and mixed media. Aaron currently resides in Austin, TX where he would tell you: “He’s living in the light.”