This is the dude at the coney island. Good dogs. Cheap. and good.
The french toast is coated in some kind of something. It is tasty but lacks my traditional feel of what French Toast should be. Leaves one sort of dirty feeling. Great mushroom crepe. It was super filled with tasty shrooms. Good coffee. Waiter slightly slow. Coffee was down a couple of times but once they discovered my rythm it was better filled. Cool place. Local folks of an upscale nature. Report on the Benedict is that the Classen Grill makes them better.
Istvan Gallery will open at 1218 N. Western on November 9 from 6 to 11 p.m., with an evening reception that will be open to the public. We will have an open house on Saturday November 10 from 11 to 6 p.m., and Sunday November 11 from 11 to 5 p.m.
The gallery will feature installations by local artists, ranging from sculptors and glass blowers to artists who work in oil, acrylic, watercolor and other media. Featured artists will be Skip Hill and Alyson Atchison.
SKIP HILL will be making a rare presentation of his drawings which combine African American heroes, Folk Art, Kuba tribal textures, and the styles of Romae Bearden, Picasso and Van Gogh.
ALYSON ATCHISON will be showing her first new work in almost two years. Atchison's one–of-a-kind serigraphs are colorful, loud and deceptively pretty. As she confesses, her work is largely autobiographical and has a darker, emotive aspect underneath the pretty surface colors.
Jacine Arias, Silversmith/Jeweler; Rick Bewley, Fused Glass; Tracey Bewley, Fused Glass/Jewelry; Andy Boatman, Blown Glass; Annalisa Campbell, Encaustic and Mixed Media;
Sue Clancy, Painter, Mixed Media; Christina Kovash, Mixed Media; Nathan Lee, Sculptor;
Ty Kelly, Oil Painting; Cindy Mason, Mixed Media, Watercolor and Acrylic; Romy Owens, Photography; Jason Pawley, Mixed Media; Jose Perales, Mixed Media; Kate Rivers, Printmaking; Diana Tunnell, Mixed Media; Michael Wilson, Printmaking.
Istvan Gallery is a space where the public can enjoy and understand art. Showcasing the diverse, dynamic creative community in Oklahoma, the venue allows artists to showcase and sell their work while interacting with new audiences.
Istvan Gallery is 850 square feet of floor space and 1000 square feet of wall space inside "Urban Art," a collaboration of three entities: Istvan Gallery, Blue Sage glass blowing studio and Art Fusion fused glass studio.
New exhibits are installed in Istvan Gallery quarterly.
Thursday 1-6 p.m.
the first Friday of every month 6 – 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 1-5 p.m.
other times by appointment.
1218 North Western Ave. Oklahoma City, OK · Phone: (405) 831-2874 ·
Line Gallery "Mixed Bag of Nuts Show"
4623 N Portland Ave
(Southwest Corner of 46th & Portland)
Featuring Works by Matt Goad, Geoff Krawzcyk & Joe Slack
The outdoor sculpture Garden will feature new works by
Opening Reception Saturday October 20th from 6-9 pm.
It was an outstanding breakfast meal from the red cup. The cup however does not look red in this photo. Breakfast burrito. Super tasty. Great place on on Sunday morning to chat with folks and watch the morning unfold. Highly Recommend.
This is the piece I have created for the 12x12 art show. It is titled Impure. I was at the OVAC office trying to come up with a name and said I usually open a book and find the first word and there is a title. Sitting in Julia's book case is a dictionary. Strange me thought.
Drop by Leadership Square in OKC for a preview and then to the art show for purchase.
cool little place on Perioa and 30 something in Tulsa. Latte art at it's finest.
Good cup. nice flavor. bit stronger perhaps. Also a cool little place for to get a cup.
There is something about being out of town that makes visiting coffee places special. Really seeing the place. Local folks hanging out and talking and sharing good times and good vibes. I wonder why don't we have a place like this at home. And then I remember that we do. I think the newness and freshness of a fourin place brings that out whereas we are just used to our local places with flavor and folks.
I am really digging the Tao Cafe. It is off 2nd street in Edmond, west of Bryant, just north and west of the Target.
Rice Box $5.25. Bamboo shoots with pork. rice, spring roll, wonton, and egg drop soup. Very tastey. Full meal.
Rachel is the best waitress in the place. Ask for her if you go. Granted last night we sat at the counter.
Purple tomatoes with fresh homemade motzarella cheese with olive oil and balsamic with basil on top. Whew! Then the chef roasts some veggies. First time I have eaten aspergrass. and then he sets up a orange/yellow watermellon wrapped in goat cheese and prochutto.