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Join Gallery as we step into the world of a major Christian Artist who says he is not a songwriter but a song receiver. An inspirational story about the life and music of Dennis Jernigan.
Originally broadcast on November 15, 2009
Sense of Self
Do you know your culture? That is the question sparked by the new Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma. 20 years in the making, this sprawling monument to a people celebrates the culture of the Chickasaw Nation. From a distant past that began in the Mississippi region of the United States where the Chickasaws lived more than one thousand years ago to relocation to Indian Territory by an American Government that wanted their home land to today, a time of Renaissance that finds the tribe investing in a future that remembers and honors the past. The Chickasaw Cultural Center tells a story of perseverance and of a people who, despite great odds, always manage to maintain a “Sense of Self”. Join Gallery as we explore the importance of culture with the vibrant Chickasaw Nation.
He’s been touching generations for decades, fanning the flame of creativity wherever he finds it and along the way, he’s molded himself into the fabric of Oklahoma’s most vibrant arts district. Collin Rosebrook is a ceramic sculptor and steel artist who moved into the Paseo Arts District before it was cool. His work is masterful and, as Rosebrook proudly explains, affordable. But the real treasure of this artist’s work lays behind the shop full of pretty dishes and sculptures for it is in his studio that Rosebrook teaches anyone who wants to learn how to find their inner artist. He’s taught generations how to work with ceramic, how to slow down and smell the roses and to enjoy the life they’ve been given and how it all comes together as a Creativity Unearthed.
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Originally broadcast on November 3, 2010
In this full episode of Gallery we feature country artist Wade Hayes and family. We travel to Bethel Acres for the Friends Day Festival. A look at how a small town coped with loss of lives in their community and how Wade and his parents have played an important role.
Originally broadcast on September 21, 2010
In this video extra, Don Hayes and son, Country Artist Wade Hayes rehearse on back of Don's truck before the "Friends Day' festival in Bethel Acres.
Originally broadcast on September 10, 2010
These are just a few of the horrible moments in history portrayed on canvas by Oklahoma artist Eric Humphries. Humphries, who calls himself an artistic historian, turned his attention to portraying atrocities over a decade ago and in doing so, found his purpose…his artistic voice. Plus, Sticks and stones, toys and bones...interpretation is left to the beholder. Behold the work of The Skull Master, Joey Williams on the July installment of Gallery. Williams, was raised in the heart of the Bible belt, but grew up pushing the envelope of his conservative surroundings
Meet Eric Humphries, who calls himself an artistic historian, turned his attention to portraying atrocities over a decade ago and in doing so, found his purpose…his artistic voice.
Originally broadcast on July 15, 2010
THE AMAZING DAVE MAY
He’s known as The Amazing Dave May by Oklahoma audiences who’ve seen his vaudeville-esque ventriloquist and magic road show. He’s known as May Day in the Morning on KLOR 99.3 FM in Ponca City. He’s known as the Executive Director of The Poncan Theatre and he’s known as the man who discovered the world’s largest collection of hand painted movie theater poster art in the world. He’s a renaissance man with boundless energy and we found out why Ponca City and Oklahomans around the state can’t help but stand up and cheer for The Amazing Dave May. Plus, It took a century to build, but today it’s a global model and it’s right here in Oklahoma. Join Gallery in June as we take you to the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman. The facility is state of the art, but the collection is millions of years old, preserved through the last hundred years in barracks, barns and stables.
Originally broadcast on June 10, 2010
RED CEDAR CREATIONS
He graduated from the Berklee School of Music in Boston and returned home to Fairview, Oklahoma to perform across the state and to build guitars. See Tony Rincon on stage and behind the scenes to see craftsmanship of his instruments with bodies made from Easter Red Cedar, the same wood his parents used to create custom coffins and caskets out of the same workshop.
THE CHINA PAINTERS
The World Organization of China Painters has made Oklahoma a mecca for China artists around the world.
Originally broadcast on May 4, 2010
The empty plate is a blank canvas for culinary artists and their medium is food. Oklahoma is on the cusp of a cultural renaissance and this form of expression is part of the experience. Gallery takes you to the top culinary school in the state, where chefs who’ve worked all over the world are teaching the next generation what it takes to be the best in their field…or in the kitchen. The Culinary Institute at Platt College is prepping for a regional competition that will put them head to head against other culinary schools from 15 states. Last year they took bronze. This year, the team is going for gold. See what it takes to julienne, dice, grate, pare and peel your way to super star status at the stove as we go behind the scenes at one of the most high pressure art studios we’ve ever visited…the Kitchens of the culinary arts.
Originally broadcast on April 21, 2010
They’re used to working alone. They’re used to bringing their ideas to life unhindered by restrictions. They’re used to being singularly accomplished artists in their individual fields, but when they’re thrown together to carry out a common mission full of regulations, there’s no telling what these Oklahoma artists will come up with. State art maven, Laura Warriner knew it would be wonderful, but challenging when she asked 50 Oklahoma creatives to design artistic and functional furniture for an entire house. The process was exhausting, but the results? You won’t believe just how artistic your home furnishings could be.
Model trains and airplanes are not just for the young, but can be a hobby that last a lifetime. Gallery visits model enthusiasts with vast collections of trains and layouts which they have been collecting since childhood.
Originally broadcast on February 4, 2010
Many model train enthusiasts spend lots of time and money collecting and running model trains. Kevin Huffman, model railroad collector and salesman at OKC Whistle Stop shows us the difference in sizes, types, and the most popular scale for the beginning model train collector.
Originally broadcast on February 3, 2010