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GALLERY TO SHOW WORK IN SANTA FE

June 14, 2015 - Daily Oklahoman

GALLERY TO SHOW WORK IN SANTA FE

Kasum Contemporary Fine Art will be exhibiting at ART Santa Fe International Contemporary Art Fair July 9-12. Kasum will be the first gallery invited to exhibit from Oklahoma in the history of the fair.

Kasum will exhibit works of 12 Oklahoma artists: Thomas Batista, Jonelle

T. McCoy, Michelle Himes McCrory, Brett McDanel, Stacey D. Miller, Morgan Robinson, Barbara Scott, Mark Sisson, Kevin Stark, Joe Turk, Jane Turnbull and Katherine Liontas-Warren.


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“Here & Now” Iconography of the Great Plains

August 15, 2013 - Paseo Originals Art Gallery Staff

 Covered in the grime of a metal artist's studio, Jacob Breeden makes art from blood, sweat, and steel. He is driven by a desire to generate a visual response; one that supersedes words alone. A graduate of the University of North Texas, Breeden is a sculptor, painter, cartoonist, graphic designer and an illustrator. He is a founding member of the Art Pusher Project and the Suspect Art Collective. He is also a co-founder and co-owner of Process Art House; a gallery and project space in downtown Amarillo, Texas. Breeden and painter Andrew Scott DeJesse met a few years ago, but just recently started collaborating as artists. The two have very different backgrounds, but a similar fervor and respect for creating art in the Texas Panhandle. Andrew was born and raised in Marlboro, New Jersey and graduated from the University of Arts in Philadelphia. After working for several years as an art director in pharmaceutical advertising, he moved to Texas where he launched his career as an expressive artist.


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