This section of the Oklahoma State Art Collection features artworks on paper created through several printmaking processes, including serigraphy and etching, as well as drawings.
Attic by Greg BurnsThis is a realistically depicted scene of an attic filled with furniture.
Bowling Ball by Edward RuschaBowling Ball by internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Ed Ruscha was executed with pastel and gunpowder.
Crazy Dog Song by Rance HoodIn this exciting serigraph, an American Indian warrior and his horse are seen aloft as they cross a hill.
Desert Dance by Daniel T. KiaczLike many works by Dan Kiacz, Desert Dance explores the folk tales of the southwest through animal imagery.
Hefner Living Room by Greg BurnsThis is a highly detailed pen and ink drawing of the living room of the Hefner Mansion.
Husband and Wife by MelvinThis mixed media collage was created by native Oklahoman and nationally recognized African-American artist, Melvin R. Smith.
Ketch Creek Silver Crop by Dwight PogueThis is a serigraph of an abstracted landscape with with an airplane in the center showing against a blue and silver sky. The ground below is divide by a red stripe.
Lunar Landscape III by Jack (J. Ray) DavisThis serigraph presents two interesting scenes which by nature a very different but interact together in an amusing way.
Oil Well by Greg BurnsThis is a pen and ink drawing of an oil well site.
Starlight by Woody CrumboIn this serigraph, two blue deer peer at the night sky.
Strike by Brunel FarisThis collage derives its title from the wording on one of its component parts. Brunel Faris enjoyed the fact that the viewer could find their own meaning, story, or interpretation in his work.
Study for Buffalo Hunter by Stephen MopopeThis drawing is believed to have been the study of Stephen Mopope's tempera on paper painting, Buffalo Hunter.
The Sower by Benjamin Harjo, Jr.This representative woodcut print from Benjamin Harjo, Jr. depicts a young woman planting seeds in a field of red.
Tiger Twin by Daniel T. KiaczLike many of the works of Dan Kiacz, Tiger Twin explores multicultural myth through animals.
Waiting for the Bus (Anadarko Princess) by T.C. CannonWith the use of pop-influenced color choices, this lithograph provides a possible glimpse into the contemporary life of a Native American woman.
Way to Conocito by Doel ReedDrawn with black and red conte crayon, Way to Conocito offers a study of the New Mexico landscape.
Winter Trees by Beth McAninch JordanIn Winter Trees, the artist conveys cool temperatures and cloud cover through her use of gray tones.