Indian Blankets acrylic on canvas 12”x18” (click image to see more of this body of work)

Indian Blankets acrylic on canvas 12”x18” (click image to see more of this body of work)

Pollinators

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Pollinators explores the colorful Oklahoma tribal patterning found in nature inspired regalia and cultural pieces. Brightly colored paintings, jewelry, and accessories express the vibrant Native American culture of the artist. Wall pieces to worn art has offered a large range of handmade art available for all collectors.

Video interview about this body of work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfFfKFzxOIc

Past Body of Work

Kristin Gentry, Between the Lines, exhibited at the Individual Artists of Oklahoma gallery in Oklahoma City, OK. (click to see more work)

Kristin Gentry, Between the Lines, exhibited at the Individual Artists of Oklahoma gallery in Oklahoma City, OK. (click to see more work)

Between the Lines

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Between the Lines was a greyscale, black, and white two person exhibition with friend and artist, Michelle McCrory. The artists created pieces mounted on cradled wooden canvases that were exhibited at the Individual Artists of Oklahoma and the Tulsa Artists’ Coalition galleries in 2011. The show was mixed media works primarily in woodblock relief, monotype, monoprint, mixed media, and an installation site specific wall piece collaboration at IAO.

Writings about this work from this body of work:

https://issuu.com/ovac/docs/artfocus-janfeb11/19

http://ovac-ok.org/momentum/momentum-artist-kristin-gentry/

http://ovac-ok.org/grants-for-artists/grant-profile-kristin-gentry/

Natural Influences watercolor mixed media and gicelee with pen & ink pieces at the Gardiner Art Gallery in Stillwater, OK in 2009

Natural Influences watercolor mixed media and gicelee with pen & ink pieces at the Gardiner Art Gallery in Stillwater, OK in 2009

Natural Influences

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Natural Influences was the foundation body of work for the first time in her professional artist career. This body explored the use of watercolor mixed media pieces, photography expressed through giclee prints, wooden sculptural pieces mannered after floral regalia designs, and woodblock reduction pieces. This first body of work was her capstone exhibition at the Gardiner Art Gallery at Oklahoma State University Fine Arts Department. Her mentor professors were Mark Sisson and Jack Titus.