The historic Paseo Arts District is OKC’s unique arts destination. With 80 artists featured in 22 galleries, the Paseo embraces all types of art in many forms of media.The historic Paseo Arts District is OKC’s unique arts destination. With 80 artists featured in 22 galleries, the Paseo embraces all types of art in many forms of media.
The Paseo is well known for its support of local artists, but also displays renowned regional and national art. JRB at the Elms, as well as other galleries, always features a beautiful collection of local, regional and national art each month.
The art in the Paseo ranges from oil and acrylic paintings, photography of all types, mixed media and sometimes all three in one piece! Galleries feature a variety of work from month to month, many allowing guest artists to feature their artwork. Paseo’s First Friday kicks off the new shows each month with a gallery walk art receptions and extended hours.
Along with traditional art, Paseo has a number of boutiques and shops that sell unique clothing and accessories to fit any type of style.
Bone Dust Cowgirl Gallery and Boutique, Craig’s Curious Emporium and Kathy’s on Paseo all offer a wide range of clothing and accessories. From western wear to bohemian and everything in between is at the Paseo.
Bombs Away Art Co. offers unique screen-printed shirts, including designs to show off your Okie pride!
Ladies and Gentlemen Fine Millinery Shop and Betsy King Shoes have everything thing you need from head to toe. Marla Cook, the owner of Ladies and Gentlemen can create custom hats to fit any head.
Handcrafted jewelry can be found at many galleries in the Paseo. A Jeweler’s Art features Oklahoma jewelry and metal smith artists as well as offers jewelry making classes. The Craft Room also offers classes, ranging from mom and toddler, after school and adult lessons.
Paseo Pottery provides classes in its studio as well as displays pottery in its gallery. Everything from cups and bowls to vases and décor items can be found there. Collin Rosebrook features his sculptures at Paseo Pottery and outside throughout the district.
For a complete listing of galleries, shops and classes, visit www.thepaseo.org or call 405-525-2688.