E is for Endangered
A lot On My Mind
Emma Shore is graduating with a BFA in Studio Art from Oklahoma State University. She makes art that explores psychological, often painful, subjects using symbolism drawn from and inspired by nature. She has received awards for her watercolor paintings and sculptures. Her work has been exhibited regionally at Oklahoma State University, at the Rt. 66 Art Show in Sapulpa, OK, and at Momentum OKC in Oklahoma City, OK. She has studied abroad, taking art courses in France and Italy. She was the Art Coordinator for Frontier Mosaic from 2014-2015 and she now holds the position of Historian. She is currently a preparator intern at the fine craft gallery 108 Contemporary in Tulsa.