Opening Date & Time:  Friday, November 16, 2018, 6-9pm  

Duration of the Exhibit:  Sat & Sun, November 17 & 18, 10 - 5pm

Entry for opening: Online ticket sales have ended. Tickets will now be available at the door for $5.

30 of the most important artists in the Tulsa area will be selling their one-of-a-kind artworks at this premiere event for the holiday gift giving season. All works will be under $250.

The event will feature a fashion show at 7:00pm called “Sustainable Couture: Fashions by Alisa Inglett Designs” and the delicious “Disappearing Toffees” my Mostly Magic Kitchens (aka Kim Doner!) and hors d' oeuvres from Split Log Farms .


Sustainable Couture: This distinctly reclaimed couture is a collection that captures endless possibility through reconstructing textiles. By utilizing fabrics, materials, and items from the past to forge a distinct approach to high fashion apparel, a unique perspective is achieved for ecological balance. Vintage pieces are considered as a starting point for the shapes of the garments. The materials are carefully scrutinized before being lovingly reworked into a new piece. By creating one-off, edgy fashion
designs and accessories the designer focuses attention on sustainability through the reduction of textile waste. The collection ponders the past, while generating a new communal future.  

Alisa Inglett Artist Bio: While working with a wide range of media, there is a huge passion to create and explore the boundaries of human expression. Inspiration is generated by sourcing and collecting diverse imagery and supplies. The artwork produced is not traditionally associated with one specific type of genre or style; it ranges from abstract to figurative and can be site specific. The discovery of new techniques and skills are a driving force in perfecting a new piece.