Live music on the lawn by The Broke Brothers, and the handcrafted silver and gemstone jewelry of Judy Osburn, will be featured at the Depot Gallery, 200 S. Jones, during the 2nd Friday Circuit of Art on August 10, together with the art of Don Holladay. There is no admission charge.
The Broke Brothers, whose music is described by band member Jahruba Lambeth as “red dirt reggae,” will play from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on the lawn just north of the depot. Dancing is encouraged! The seven member band is popular throughout the Oklahoma City area, having played such venues as the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Woodys, Louie’s Lakeside, VZD’s, the Midway Deli in Norman and on KSBI. For a musical sample visit www.thebrokebrothers.com.
Norman artist Judy Osburn will offer her original jewelry for sale in the Depot Gallery during the evening. Judy became involved in silversmithing in 2003, taking her love of the southwest and animals in a new direction when she could not find the type of animal motifs in jewelry that she liked. Her silver and gemstone wearable art has become extremely popular with southwestern and western art patrons.
Osburn is an Emeritus member of Women Artists of the West and holds membership in the Oklahoma Art Guild, and the American Plains Artists Association. She received her BFA in Printmaking from the University of Oklahoma , which includes the mediums of Lithography, Etching and Serigraphy.
The work of Don Holladay remains on view in the gallery through August 31.
Exhibits in the Depot Gallery are a program of the Performing Arts Studio and are made possible in part by a grant from the Oklahoma Arts Council and by individual donors. Gallery and office hours are 8 to 2 Monday through Friday. Phone 307-9320 for more information.