Today’s photography share is of various artwork I have taken photos of over the past two months.

I hope I have all the artist’s credited properly and there’s at least one or two that are not properly labeled. For those of you who are Bank of America members, you can visit certain museums for free on the first Saturday and Sunday of the month. All you have to do is show your Bank of America card and they’ll ask for your zip code and you can tour the museum in your area that allows Bank of America customers to visit.

I’ve been a part of BOA since 2018 and due to scheduling, I didn’t get to start touring museums in my area for free until August. In both August and September’s Artistic Museum dates, I went to the Naitonal Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City. When I move from OKC this December, I’ll still visit the Cowboy HOF and/or the Oklahoma CIty Museum of Art every first Sunday of the month.
The reason I take photos of the artwork I see is to help me create and to practice stories by having photo on the screen and I write (usually by hand) what comes to mind when I see this photo.
The first photo below is from the National Cowbou Museum’s Prix de West showcase and this is the one artist I have yet to find. This artwork reminds me of the coming fall days and the seasonal transitons.

This second photo I saw and properly took a picture of the aritst’s name on Sunday. I love the colors and the texture of this photo. Sunday was also an emotional day, and this photo matched my mood and outlook on life that day:

The Good LIfe, James Reynolds

And finally, this artwork is in the Unviersity of Oklahoma’s Bizzel library as you take the stairs down to the Lower Level Learning Center. This card’s aestethics are gorgeous and reminds me of the changes of life. The artists first name is Sarah; I forgot to note her last nalme.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and I’ll see you all next week!
Danielle Sullivan

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