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DOOR TOUR

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Automobile Alley’s Door Tour beautification project launches Friday, June 26th.

Automobile Alley has long desired to enhance its alleyways and build up the district as a destination for public art. The Door Tour project invites pedestrians to view a “gallery” of artworks showcasing a variety of illustrations, designs and styles that have been installed on multiple doors throughout the district’s alleys.

The district has a high appreciation for artistic design which is reflected in the attention to design of Automobile Alley’s streetscape, and the many design firms, architects and creative agencies that add to the character of the neighborhood. In this vein, the curation of this project focused highly on graphic design in the selection of artists, illustrators and commercial artists.

Twenty-one designs by thirteen artists have been produced in vinyl and cover doors of various sizes in the alleys on either side of Broadway Avenue. Designs were submitted in an open call and will be on display for one year. We encourage you to explore the district, take new paths, and find each door.

This project is funded by the Automobile Alley Association a 501(c)(3) organization that provides marketing and promotion to Automobile Alley businesses and for the district itself.

1. Holey Kids

Oklahoma, b1985 & b1986

Untitled

This design was created to highlight what we see in our community. In our composition you’ll find exchanges, communication, nature, and buildings; interacting to create a vibrant and lively environment.

Location: 1101 N Broadway Ave.

@holeykids
holeykids.tumblr.com

 

2. Cassie Stover

Oklahoma, b1982

Excuse Me, Pardon Me.

These fishes are going nowhere fast, yet being very polite about it. “Excuse me, pardon me.” I envision them having British accents. Carry on and be nice.

Location: 110 N.W. 10th St.

@judyisarunt
cassiestoverart.com

 

 

 

3. Tiffany McKnight

Born in Miami, FL, raised in Tulsa, OK, current resident of Oklahoma City, b1988

Brain Waves

Align yourself with color and explore the sinuous nature of Brain Waves, a design inspired by frequencies that exist within the universe and chakra based alignment.

Location: 1015 N. Broadway Ave.

tiffanymcknight.com
@tlynnmcknight
@tlmcknightart
@T_LynnMcKnight 

 

4. Jordan Tacker

Oklahoma, b1999
Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute Alumna

Into the Jungle

This piece titled Into the Jungle functions both as a portrait of my friend Emma and my inner self as I observe the world around me.

Location: 111 N.W. 9th St.

@jrdnwantsart

 

 

 

5. Jayna Hadwiger

Alva, OK, b1994

Indignation

Most of the time I like to create really positive, uplifting things. For this I wanted to illustrate how I feel when I’m expected to be that positive all the time.

Location: 929 N. Broadway Ave.

@jayna_hadwiger
jaynahadwiger.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Emily Hamm

Oklahoma, b1985

Urbanscape

A strong geometric theme runs throughout my work. I use vibrant color, pattern & rhythm in my designs to evoke a positive vibe in the community.

Location: 911 N. Broadway Ave.

moonpigeon.studio
@moonpigeon.studio
@MoonPigeon_

 

 

 

7. Jay Shogo

Japan, b1977

Horse

The line art that shapes the horse is my signature art form with the main theme of connection, and the horse expresses energy and great sensibility.

Location: 911 N. Broadway Ave.

@jayshogo

 

 

 

 

 

 

8. Jessica Harjo

Oklahoma, b1985

IndigeTread

Horsepower art depicted by horses of the plains, with a tread design made of Native southern plains designs and different types of wheels designed into the background.

Location: 905 N. Broadway Ave.

@weomepe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9. Emily Hamm

Oklahoma, b1985

Diverse Dot

A strong geometric theme runs throughout my work. I use vibrant color, pattern & rhythm in my designs to evoke a positive vibe in the community.

Location: 901 N. Broadway Ave.

moonpigeon.studio
@moonpigeon.studio
@MoonPigeon_

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10. Bryan Boone

Oklahoma, b1980

Automobile Alley Abstractions

My work meditates on architecture, infrastructure and landscape through geometric design and exploration through iteration.

Location: 811 N. Broadway Ave.

@bryanboone
bryanboone.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. Paul Bagley

Boston, MA, b1963

Ignite

The content revolves around motor cylinders, the Letter “O” the spark that made Oklahoma the 46th state, and the first state flag.

Location: 500 N. Broadway Ave.

@designsilo
paulbagley.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12. Paul Bagley

Boston, MA, b1963

Resurgence

The content depicts the old and the new in Oklahoma. OKC is depicted in it’s first art deco rise, surrounded by agriculture and renewable energy.

Location: 1 N.W. 4th St.

@designsilo
paulbagley.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13. Jay Shogo

Japan b1977

Hummingbirds

The line art that shapes the humming birds my signature art form with the main theme of connection.

Location: 1 N.W. 4th St.

@jayshogo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14. Sarah Allen

Muskogee, OK, b1996
Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute Alumna

Untitled

There is a world of magic, where everything is poetry and beauty and things are not what they appear to be. It is my honor to photograph such spaces.

Location: 1 N.W. 4th St.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. Jay Shogo

Japan, b1977

Cat

The line art that shapes the cat is my signature art form with the main theme of connection, and the cat expresses the importance of cherishing close existence.

Location: 718 N. Broadway Ave.

@jayshogo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16. Michael Höffner

Oklahoma, b1964

Get the Hell out of Dodge

Close-up views of derelict automobiles are represented as abstract compositions in a series of works by the artist. This subject is a circa 1965 Dodge pickup.

Location: 722 N. Broadway Ave.

@hoffnerdesignstudio
hoffnerdesignstudio.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17. Kregg Lee

Oklahoma City, b1962

Unfolded

I feel this piece represents the flow of Oklahoma City’s culture. The community blends many bold and beautiful colors traveling in harmony to get over the speedbumps of life together.

Location: 808 N. Broadway Ave.

@kregg_lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18. Paul Bagley

Boston, MA,  b1963

The Road West

The content composite of industry and progress is about Oklahoma titled The Road West where the great open plains reveal a vast new horizon as folks move from East to West.

Location: 914 N. Broadway Ave.

@designsilo
paulbagley.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19. Bryan Boone

Oklahoma, b1980

Automobile Alley Abstractions

My work meditates on architecture, infrastructure and landscape through geometric design and exploration through iteration.

Location: 1000 N. Broadway Ave.

@bryanboone
bryanboone.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20. Bryan Boone

Oklahoma, b1980

Automobile Alley Abstractions

My work meditates on architecture, infrastructure and landscape through geometric design and exploration through iteration.

Location: 1000 N. Broadway Ave.

@bryanboone
bryanboone.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21. Jay Shogo

Japan, b1977

Lion

The line art that shapes the lion is my signature art form with the main theme of connection, and the lion expresses strength and courage.

Location: 1100 N. Broadway Ave.

@jayshogo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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