Tulsa’s only PreK-Grade 12 independent Episcopal school celebrates its 100-year anniversary in 2021-22.
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We are excited to welcome Andrew Ramiro Tirado, acclaimed artist from Colorado Springs for our 45th year of ARTworks.

Tirado is best known for his award-winning large-scale sculptures and paintings of hands. He uses reclaimed wood, metal, paint, and canvas to create these incredible pieces that are absolutely unique and stunning. Tirado’s work stimulates curiosity in both design and creation. Holland Hall is fortunate to have our very own Tirado sculpture, Lacuna, in the Upper School Commons. Students, faculty, Patrons, alumni, and the greater community will have the opportunity to participate in gallery visits and workshops alongside the artist himself as Tirado spends a week as the ARTworks artist-in-residence beginning October 24.

The gallery opening gives guests an opportunity to meet the artist and purchase original works of art.We invite you to attend the reception on Tuesday, October 25 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. as a patron or by purchasing tickets. Andrew’s exhibition works available for purchase in the Holliman Gallery in the Walter Arts Center until November November 23.

Patron Levels & Gallery Ticket Sales

Holland Hall ARTworks Apparel

This is a pre-sale event so garments will not be produced until the close of the sale with orders expected to arrive mid-October before ARTworks week.

Click here to order.

Patrons Levels

Dutch Masters

Francy and Roger Collins

Holbrook Lawson and Rick Holder

Shannon Green '02 Richards & Eric Richards '00

Gail and Kip Richards

Masters


Benefactors

FC Tulsa

Jean Ann and Tom Fausser

Brandy & Greg Laird

Joanna Holliman Potts '70

Friends

Robin Flint Ballenger '63

Jinny and Stephen Confer

Keith '87 and Beth Lieser '86 Goddard

Leigh and Doug Johnson

Nicholas and Janelle Pavlis

Chelsea and Anthony Showalter

Lisa and Dane Tucker

Exclusive Patron Experience

Enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres artist talk with Andrew Tirado and get an intimate look into his method and creative process.

October 29, 4:30-6 p.m.

Red Heat Studio
1645 East 8th street
Tulsa. OK 74120