The Paseo Art Space will host “I Thought He Was Dead,” an art show about persistence. The opening reception is 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday, Oct. 7 at 3022 Paseo, said Jo Wise.
The show is a combination of new works created by long time Oklahoma City artist/designers Lammy Weisman, Mark Gilmore & Reggie Jaime.
All three artists are highly-regarded in the community and have distinguished histories in the Oklahoma City art community.
They are returning to active participation with this exhibit, which opens on October 7 during the Paseo’s First Friday Gallery Walk.
Lammy Weisman & Reggie Jamie were two of the first artists to have studios on the Paseo & were instrumental in starting the Paseo Arts Festival. Mark Gilmore developed the Classen Art Center and originated the annual erotic shows that are still presented in Oklahoma City.
The evening’s music will be provided by acoustic guitarist Milton Trice.
Beginning at 7 p.m., October 28, there will be a closing masquerade party with dance performances by Kabaret Falschtanz and featuring performance artist Lynna Schneider & Company. Costumes & masks are encouraged during this evening of levity, great music and celebration of fine art.
The Paseo Art Space is open Tuesday-Saturday noon-5
Reception to kick off Paseo Gallery Walk
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