Bryon Perdue – Mixed Media Abstract Artist
Bryon Perdue Jr is a Native American mixed media artist out of Oklahoma City who creates nonrepresentational work based on his interests in science. He graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2013 with his BFA in Studio Art. He currently serves as the vice president of the nonprofit group Inclusion In Art, where he works to encourage and promote diversity in the Oklahoma visual arts community. Through his efforts with Inclusion In Art, he has curated exhibitions in spaces such as Oklahoma Contemporary and has participated as a mentor to emerging artists. In his individual pursuits, he has had projects funded by Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition and received “Honorable Mention” in the national juried exhibition, First Nations Biennial 2018, at the Tubac Center of the Arts in Arizona.
Art Moves is an Arts Council OKC initiative that provides free arts events in downtown OKC each work day from Noon-1:00. Events may include artist demonstrations or musical performances, and take place in various downtown locations. The daily line-up features a wide range of artistic mediums including musical and theater performances, live art demonstrations, short film selections, and more!