Next Meeting December 9th at 6:30 pm at Glen's House 

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 Home Officers  '16 WrkShps/Scholar 2015 Winter Show LINKS/RESOURCES Medallion Info


The Oklahoma Sculpture Society is an organization of Oklahoma Sculptors working, sharing, showing, and learning together. The Society meets the second Thursday of each month
(7 pm) at the City Arts Center located on the state fairgrounds in Oklahoma City. Annual membership dues are $35.

To contact the organization contact 

Glen Thomas.  His email address is gthomas49@pldi.net or

phone 405-488-4662 


for webpage info contact Neal Willison at naw@osuokc.edu




Saturday, December 9: Workshop at Ziegler’s

Christmas Party at Glen and Ginny Thomas’ home

Saturday, December 16: Christmas Party at Mike and Pat Flanagan’s home

Saturday, December 30: Pick up work from the Winter Show (Friday, if

necessary), 11:00-1:00

The December 9 workshop at Ziegler’s will be a continuation of armature building and clay application or what other work you wish to bring. Thanks to all for a good turnout and a fun day!!


The December 9 party at Glen’s begins at 6:30; Ginny will make her famous Chicken Tetrazzini and we are asked to bring whatever we want to accompany it! They live at 10804 Major Avenue in Oklahoma City; parking is available on the street and in the church parking lot across the street. Let Glen know if you plan to be there so he can allow for enough seating. (Call his cell – 488-4662.)

The December 16 party at Mike and Pat Flanagan’s home is at 3621 E. 107th Place in Tulsa. Drop in anytime between 6:00 and 11:00; bring an hors d’oeuvre and a wrapped Dirty Santa gift under $15. "Also, if you’d like to bring a sculpture to display, it would give our spouses an opportunity to see everyone’s work." RSVP to 918-527-8192 or flanaganpat@att.net.

Winter show awards:

Equal Merit:

Ken Hartman : "The Pose"

Glen Thomas " Against the Wind"

Honorable Mention:

Phyllis deQuevedo "Queen of the Shade

Janie Tigert: "Busted"

Member news:

From Kristen Abramson: "Jocelyn and I are showing work at the San Juan Museum of Art for the next couple of months. It's a show called ‘Cracking the Surface.’ I have a horse in there and she has the meerkats."

Tulsa sculptor Gary Hale and Rosalind Cook have sold life size sculptures to Louisville, Colorado. "We both work with the same gallery in Breckenridge, CO, and they made the sales for us.... Gary's flying life size eagle and my life size Melody.... Gary's was already installed and mine is being cast. Greetings to all from soon to be snowy Colorado!"

Gary Hale

Rosalind Cook

More from Gary: "On Eagles Wings," recently installed in Louisville outside of Boulder, Colorado, stands about 7' high with the stone base. This couple has several of Roz's pieces as well as mine in their collection. Wonderful people. Also included are pics from an install in OKC this summer. A private commission, the model is shown along with the bronze. When the dog first saw the piece he stopped and tentatively stretched out his neck, as if to say "what the heck?" Life size Bernese mountain dog. The base for this piece is from Willis Granite. Good people to work with if anyone ever needs that kind of stone for a larger piece."

Catherine Johnston’s latest casting, "Strength and Courage," cast in Loveland, CO

Larry Waid submitted 3 sculptures for the A.R.T. show at the Hive Art Gallery in Jenks. It was a juried event at which he won 1st place (Moon Flower) and 3rd place (Queen of the Mountains, cougar) for 3-D entries




Donot forget to work on your medallion.

Use a firm/medium oil-base clay, Sculpy, or wax, to sculpt your medallion. Attach it to a shellacked or plastic board. The shape can be anything as long as it fits within a 3" square and is at least ¼" but less than ½" thick. "OSS" and "2017" (raised or incised) must appear somewhere on the piece. Your name cannot be visible anywhere on the front and must appear on the back. The winner will be selected by a vote of those OSS members and guests present at the meeting in November.



The Oklahoma Sculpture Society was established in the fall of 1979 as a non-profit corporation devoted to the education, appreciation and creation of three-dimensional art. Oklahoma City meetings are generally held the 2nd Thursday evening of the month at the Contemporary Arts Center in the State Fairgrounds.

Reminders: The newsletter deadline is the 20th of each month. Please send your news to Dru Marseilles, 1708 Sandpiper Drive, Edmond, OK 73034 (405-341-6570) - or e-mail it to dmarseilles@cox.net. Dues are $35 each calendar year; $15 for students or those out-of-state members wanting only the newsletter; $50 for supporting members. Please send to OSS Treasurer Neal Willison, 3612 N.W. 19th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73107.