‘Comics As Art’ exhibition in OKC consists of Tulsa, Broken Arrow creators | Entertainment

Comics, or sequential art, is a impressive and complex storytelling medium that has a international attain and can be made use of to notify any form of tale.

A news release reported for the next year, “Comics As Art” will figure out the “amazing” expertise that exists in Oklahoma’s statewide comics community. The 2021 version consists of creators from Tulsa and Broken Arrow.

“Comics As Art” is a juried exhibition in Oklahoma City’s Paseo Arts District celebrating the medium of comics and Oklahoma’s developing community of illustrators, writers and other creators.

Hosted by Literati Push Bookshop and The Paseo Plunge, “Comics As Art” opens Sept. 3 from 6-9 p.m. and continues all through the month, that includes framed, concluded comedian ebook pages from Oklahoma creators in the Paseo Plunge Gallery.

The 2021 jury of John Eric Osborn, Colin Ingersol and Greg White introduced the alternatives for the 2nd Comics As Artwork demonstrate:

“Astounding Tales” by Raymond Griffith (Norman) & Jake Scott Cohen

“Buffer” by Clayton Tuttle (Damaged Arrow)

“Dani Doomsday” by Ray Claxton (Norman) & Sebastián Piriz

“For God and Country” by Kathryne Wooden (Midwest City)

“Fracture” by Alexandra Brodt (OKC)