From antique photographic process to digital photography, the medium of the captured image is one well explored by Oklahoma artists. This section of the Oklahoma State Art Collection offers a diverse look at the art of photography.
After Dinner by Rodger RandleThis color digital photograph features a wood table with a small plate and cup.
Agnes Martin by Charles R. RushtonThis silver gelatin photograph shows artist Agnes Martin adjacent to her artwork.
Allan Houser by Charles R. RushtonThis silver gelatin print photograph captures the image of influential sculptor Allan Houser.
Amaryllis by Kelsey KarperAmaryllis was created through the an alternative photographic process known as ambrotype.
American Duck by Jackie MeeksJackie Meeks' photograph American Duck was taken in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
First Light by Samuel HagenThis photograph was taken on the artist's property in near Erick, Oklahoma.
Flower Hmong Baby by Jane IversonThis color photograph was taken in northern Vietnam at a village market in fall of 2004.
Garfield County, Oklahoma by Shane BrownThis color photograph of the Oklahoma landscape shows the subtle interplay between man's effects on nature and nature's effects on man's creation.
Old Central City of Köln by John JerniganThis photograph depicts the varied architecture within the German city of Köln.
Portrait of the artist Harold Stevenson in his Wainscott, Long Island, New York Residence by Victor Koshkin-YouritzinThis photograph shows Oklahoma-born artist Harold Stevenson in 2000 when he was living in Long Island, New York.
Untitled (Lebanon 2002) by M. Teresa ValeroThis 2002 photograph of Lebanon illustrates how changes in a society can be seen reflected in the use of its buildings.
Wilson Hurley by Charles R. RushtonThis is silver gelatin print of artist Wilson Hurley was created in 1989.