Welcome to my blog where I post recent photos of my work and journal about my life as an artist. I live and work in Tulsa Oklahoma. It is from my early life in the mountains that I developed a love of the natural world which now includes vast prairies and endless skies. To contact me about a purchase all in lowercase letters you can write me at margee And then my last name @Gmail
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Oklahoma Sky Series ..... SOLD...
I am really enjoying painting these little studies of Oklahoma Skies. We sure have a lot of beautiful ones. I am lucky that I get a chance to be outside a lot and get to experience the ever changing glory!
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Monday, May 18, 2009
Blue Dome Arts Festival... What Fun!
The best artists at the festival join for a photo op. Below are photos of Caryn Brown, mosaic artist, Louise Higgs, Jeweler/ceramic beadmaker, Margaret Aycock, painter. Dustin Pittsley, Jesse Aycock, Dylan Aycock, Scott Aycock, Caryln Shadd, Jay Lesikar, Rocky Frisco, Dave White, Mark Kykendall, Musicians
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Thursday, May 14, 2009
A beautiful Oklahoma Sky...SOLD...
I am getting ready for what looks to be a rained out festival :-( Here is one of the littel sky paintings that I have been working on in my Oklahoma Sky series. It is a 6x6 oil on canvas. to see more of my work visit http://midwest-fine-art.com this little painting can be purchased here for $90 w free shipping.
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Monday, May 11, 2009
Iris from my garden
I am working on a series of irises for an upcoming art show in Tulsa at the Blue Dome Arts Festival. I will be in front of El Guapos and the May Rooms. Of course everything will be for sale and if you would like to purchase one before the show let me know. Each one is $80 . specify which painting you want. They are all 6x6 oil on stretched canvas.
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Thursday, May 07, 2009
My Art Events for the Month of May
I have 4 art exhibits going this month. The first is at Wild Fork Restaurant in Utica Square where 40 of my paintings are hanging for the month of May. I am joined there by several of my students from TCC, Zieglers and one high school student who takes private lessons with me. The rest of the exhibits occur during Mayfest where I will have two paintings hanging at the Invitational Gallery, one at the May Rooms and I will have a booth at the Blue Dome Festival. I will be joined there by mosaic artist, Caryn Brown, stone carver, Richard Dreher, and jeweler/painter, Louise Higgs. Since the space is small I will be selling very affordable 6x6 paintings. There will be a series of local/regional musicians and Oklahoma skies. I will also have Tulsa Spirit posters for sale and brick orders to raise funds for the next installment of the Tulsa Art Parkway. If you haven’t seen the first installement, drive on up the street and visit it at Denver and Fairview. As always, my work can be viewed and purchased at http://midwest-fine-art.com
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Wednesday, May 06, 2009
Quartz Mountian High sponsored by OVAC
This blog post is part of Zemanta's "Blogging For a Cause" campaign to raise awareness and funds for worthy causes that bloggers care about.
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Tuesday, May 05, 2009
Wild Fork Show!
Hey everyone, I have about 40 paintings over at the Wild Fork Resteraunt in Utica Square. Joining me are students, Cherica, Loray, Annie and Mc Kensie. Check it out and why not just buy one? They are priced to sell.
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The first in a series of local/regional musicians... unfinished yet.Samantha Crain
This isn't quite finished and the photo isn't showing the greens properly but you get the idea. This is the first coat. I am working on a little series of local/regional musicians. They are all 6x6 oils. Both of my sons are musicians... Jesse Aycock and Dylan Aycock( the Doldrums ) and my husband is also a musician and runs the local NPR radio show, Folk Salad So I have lots of inspiration. This photo is Samantha Crain You all should check out their music. It is amazing! Anyways, back to the paintings.... I am tweeking the pics w Photo Shop first and then drawing the tweeked photos onto canvas and then painting them. Every now and then I need a little break from the florals which I will be painting like crazy since it has been raining for a solid week here and we are set for more. There was a break yesterday long enough for me to go out and gather armloads of Iris, Peonies and Roses. Boy does it smell good in my house! Gotta get back to the painting. If you know someone who would like a little photo of them painted in this manner.... send them to me. I am thinking of charging $60 ea. You may visit my online gallery at http://midwest-fine-art.com and my blog at http://margaretaycock.blogspot.com
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