Beatriz. Behnaz. Brummell.

The works of Oklahoma artists Beatriz Mayorca, Behnaz Sohrabian, and Tammy Brummell merge in three concurrent solo exhibitions showcasing their unique approaches to their respective mediums and their playful commonality.

Open date

February 9, 2021

Close date

April 15, 2021

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Featuring three local artists, this exhibition combines the stunning works of Beatriz Mayorca, Behnaz Sohrabian, and Tammy Brummell. Beatriz Mayorca combines modern materials and techniques with traditional influences, producing unique utilitarian designs with sculptural aesthetics.

"There are many ways to create art. There are many ways to see it. But in today's world, I crave to develop unexpected functional and artistic designs that infuse optimism, offer an emotional boost, and aim toward a better tomorrow." - Beatriz Mayorca

Behnaz Sohrabian paints bold strokes of color, generating rhythm and texture in her expressionistic portraits, landscapes, and non-objective paintings. Tammy Brummell layers collage and paint, revealing and obscuring, to create her playful mixed-media art.

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