Tulsa's MOREcolor Art Exhibition largest ever

“A New Dawn” by Sonia Sniderman is one of the works in the MOREcolor Art Exhibition in Tulsa. Photo provided.

MOREcolor 2015, the regional juried exhibition of fine art sponsored by Oklahomans for Equality, will show 169 works by 56 artists, and is the largest MOREcolor show since its inception in the 1980s. The three-day exhibition is part of the Tulsa Pride celebration, with support from the Hyatt Regency Hotel and TW’s A-Fab Catering.

The opening on June 18, 6pm to 9pm, is free and open to the public. Cash awards include the Juror’s Prize and People’s Choice Award. The opening event includes unique entertainment, catered cuisine and cash bar, and is held in the event center at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 East 4th Street in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma.

MOREcolor is Oklahoma’s oldest and largest juried art exhibition, and all works are for sale. Seventy percent of sale price belongs to the artist, and a portion of the sale benefits Oklahomans for Equality. The show runs June 18 through 21, 2015.

The Gayly – May 27, 2015 @ 12pm.