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Tulsa based artist collective No Parking Studios comes to Ah Haa School for the Arts on the heels of a successful exhibition at Art Basel in Miami 2022. Fabrics From The Distant Sun, opening March 2nd, imagines the NOPS artists, Antonio Andrews, Tyler James, Cruz Thompson, and Deren Walker as intergalactic ambassadors, bringing artifacts from the Universe of Tulsa to Telluride. Blurring the lines of Contemporary Mixed-Media and Pop-Art, the exhibition features neon-tubed paintings, 100’s of process sketches, incredible streetwear and one-of-a-kind wearable art, filling Ah Haa’s gallery in an explosion of color and cool.
“We’re excited and honored to be the upcoming visiting artists at Telluride’s Ah Haa School for the Arts,” said Antonio Andrews, founder and artist of No Parking Studios. “We’ve been hard at work preparing new pieces for this exhibition premiere. In addition to collaborating with Ah Haa and the Telluride Aids Benefit Fashion Show, we’re looking forward to engaging with the community in Telluride and hosting a class, An Artist’s Approach, focused on unconventional art making on Friday March 3.”
Named in honor of the founder of Ah Haa School for the Arts, The Daniel Tucker Gallery & Exhibitions Program strives to facilitate opportunities for people to discover, explore, and nurture their own creativity through exhibition, programmatic participation, and observation. To this end, all exhibitions and installations in the Daniel Tucker Gallery are curated in a manner that adheres to the following principles: