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Mainsite Contemporary Art presents the Works of O. Gail Poole


Brass Pot with Plumbs and Oriental Pot by O.Gail Poole
I am happy to announce that O. Gail Poole’s work is in exhibit at the MAINSITE in Norman September 10th – October 30th, 2010.
Connections by O.Gail Poole
O. Gail Poole is a resident of Norman, Oklahoma where he enjoys painting. For several decades, this Marlow, Oklahoma native has won numerous awards starting with his earlier work as an illustrator. This master’s range in subject matter and technique is grand, bringing to life landscape, still lifes, and portraits in oil and pastels along with fantastical artworks and sculptures.
Taos Ruin by O.Gail Poole
Poole says that it is the world around him that inspires his artwork. This is especially apparent in his landscapes, where he records his experiences of the places he has traveled, bringing to us lands on panels. In his still lifes, Poole infuses color and form to create vibrant paintings that glow with sumptuousness.

Selfportrait by O. Gail Poole
Poole is part of a circle of American contemporary master artists, that also includes Mark Daly, David Leffel and Sherrie McGraw, among others that continue to produce commendable art.
Sculpture by O. Gail Poole

Comments

  1. my favorite is the brass pot picture. I really love it.:)

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  2. Carolina, thanks so much for this article! Dad's show went beautifully and he sold quite a number of paintings. I have to re-work his website, but there are a great number of photos there if people want to take a gander. http://www.ogailpoole.com.

    Also, kudos to you for your artistic pursuits. I'm a fledgling painter myself and it is really inspiring to me. Keep up the good work!

    All the best,
    Nicole Poole

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