Common Threads

Featuring the artwork of Julie Marks Blackstsone, Pamela Husky, and Stephanie Grubbs.

Open date

September 9, 2021

Close date

November 2, 2021

Exhibit type

Virtual
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The works of these Oklahoma artists explore themes of nature & history, innovation & tradition, and interconnectedness. J

"I'm quite serious about teaching art, and feel that it's not merely a job, but a calling." - Julie Marks Blackstone

Julie Marks Blackstone paints with thread, using a French knot method to create small treasures with thought-provoking art history connections. Pamela Husky conveys light, patterns, space, and a sense of place in nature using silk, mohair, wool, ramie, and raffia. Stephanie Grubbs creates small, cotton-thread vessels that elevate the ordinary into a place of importance with intricate stitches and knotting.

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