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Elena Liebl, Fort Collins, oil on canvas, 30" x 36"
Elena Liebl, Fort Collins, oil on canvas, 30" x 36"

Student Art echoes museum collection in new exhibition

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Media Contact: Casey Ihde | OSU Museum of Art Marketing and Communications | 405-744-2783 |

The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art is announced its latest exhibition, “New Echoes: Art Inspiring Art,” showcasing creative responses to art in the museum’s collection from oil painting 1, 2 and advanced drawing classes. 

Under the mentorship of Molly Kaderka, OSU assistant professor, budding artists reimagined artworks from the Museum's collection, drawing inspiration from the artist’s style or content and creating an original work of their own.

The selections presented in this exhibition demonstrate the strong influence one artist can have on another. Each student's piece varies in medium and ideas, such as the detailed portrait of a mythological being, “Eco Hotke/Deer Woman,” by Autum Tanner, or the captivating abstract landscape titled “Sandia Mountains,” by Laren Oyer.

“I am very excited for each student to get their work exhibited in a museum setting and alongside pieces from OSUMA's permanent collection,” said Autumn Bean, curator and OSU art history graduate student.

This dynamic exhibition invites visitors to explore the intimate connections between original artworks and their reinterpretations, highlighting the rich dialogue between past and present.

The MOA is hosting light refreshments at the closing reception from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, April 19, where students will discuss their work at 6 p.m. While downtown, experience the artistic vibrancy of the Stillwater Arts Festival, launching the same evening at the Prairie Arts Center. "New Echoes: Art Inspiring Art" will be on view from April 2-20 at the OSU Museum of Art. 


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