Bryan Cook, Oklahoma City
Art 365 Project: Give Nature Time
Cook received one of five Art 365 awards of $12,000 to produce new artwork for the Art 365 exhibition.
Exploring remote portions of our National Parks and wilderness areas, Cook presents large scale photographs of these pristine locations. He seeks to raise awareness of these areas, so inciting a love affair which can lead to further preservation efforts.
Balancing the difficulty of hiking to these remote areas – encountering physical, mental and emotional challenges – with a love of the land, Cook captures places and moments that most will never experience with their own eyes.
|Bryan Cook, Piegan Mountain, Archival inket print on aluminum. 48” x 48”, 2013|
Read more about him in this Art Focus Oklahoma article. Audiences can interact with Cook at the following public programs during the exhibition:
March 1, 10:30 am-Noon: Gallery Talk with Art 365 Artists & Curator
March 13, 6-7:30 pm: Panel - Capturing the Wild: Photography Preserving Nature
March 19, Noon-1 pm: Art Moves Artist Talk - Experiencing Nature with Photography, with Bryan Cook
April 17, 6-7:30 pm: Panel - Art 365 Artists
May 10, 2-4 pm: Closing Reception with Brief Artist Tours
Guest curated by Raechell Smith, Art 365 opens February 28, 2014 at [Artspace] at Untitled, 1 NE 3rd, Oklahoma City and will continue through May 10. The artwork then will be exhibited at the Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA)101 E Archer St, Tulsa May 23 through August 9, 2014.