Historic to Contemporary Art on Cherry Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma
PIERSON GALLERY is pleased to consult regarding collections and estate planning which may include consignment and purchase of fine art and artifacts.
Throughout our 2 galleries, we exhibit and market paintings, drawings, fine art prints, pottery, ceramics, baskets, weavings, jewelry, bronzes and sculptures, by established and emerging artists of the Midwest and American West with special emphasis on the art of early historic pioneer artists of Oklahoma and art and artifacts of Native American Indians of this region.
Boston Avenue Frame Shop was established in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1986 by Linda Pierson. Two years later we expanded our facilities by moving our location to 1311 East 15th on Tulsa's Historic Cherry Street at South Peoria and 15th Street. In 2001 we increased our space with the opening of The Avenue Studio art gallery at 1309. In 2004, we added Pierson Gallery at 1313. We are currently only framing oil or acrylic pieces.
There is parking behind the building and a bell by the back door marked Entrance or park in the front at the corner of Quaker and 15th Street. If the doors are locked during regular business hours, please ring the door bell located by back and front doors or call the numbers listed there: 918-584-2440 or 918-629-8827
Wednesday-Saturday 11:00am - 5:00pm. And by Appointment
ARTISTS OF INTEREST · Emilio Amero · Joe Andoe · Ina Annette Ewing · Martha Avey · Bob Bartholic · Eugene Allen Bavinger · Fred Beaver · Maurice Bebb · Frederick Becker ·Joe Beeler · Calvin Berry · Archie Blackowl · Acee Blue Eagle · Joe Brainard · Frank Brave · Bruce Caesar · Julius Caesar · T. C. Cannon · Elmer Capshaw · Grace Chadwick · Leo Darrell Chandler (Dera'Leo) · Ellsworth Collins · Mirac Creepingbear · Cecil Dick · A.L. Eagleson · Woodrow Wilson (Woody) Crumbo · Steven Thomas Deo · Dord Fitz · Brummette Echohawk · Tennyson Echiwaudah · John Farnsworth · John Frank · John Free · Jacques Hans Gallrein · Father Gregory Gerrer . Bruce Goff · Leonard Phelps Good · Paul Goodbear · Bill Glass · Demos Glass · David Halpern · John Hamilton ·Benjamin Harjo, Jr. · James Lee Henkle · Lowell Hess · Stanley Hess · Alexandre Hogue (and The Dallas Nine) · Dwight Clay Holmes · St. Clair Homer · Louise Hoodenpyl · Gertrude House · Allan Houser · Oscar Howe · Olinka Hrdy · Chief Wolf Robe Hunt - sterling silver & turquoise jewelry· Ella Jack · Albin R. Jake · Oscar Brousse Jacobson · John Eliot Jenkins · Wynn R. Jewell · Nota Johnson · Eugene Kingman · Vinson Lackey · Mike Larsen · Emil W. Lenders · John Learned · Edith Mahier · Merlin Little Thunder · Robert Massey · Anna Miller · Soloman McCombs · J. Jay McVicker · Edith Miller · John Shelby Metcalf · Augusta Metcalfe · Estelle R. Manon · Orren Mixer · Loraine Moore · John Noble · John O'Neil · Raymond Red Corn · Bill Red Corn · Doel Reed · Adah M. Robinson · Will P. Rogers · Edward Ruscha · Birger Sandzen · Chief Terry Saul · Sequoyah Pottery · Nan Sheets · Nellie Shepherd · Yolande Jacobson Sheppard · Louis Shipshee · William Silve · William Harold Smith · Leon Polk Smith · Ernest L. Spybuck · Harold Stevenson · Jason Stone · Willard Stone · Duncan Stuart · Carl Sweezy · Marjorie D. Tapp · Joseph (Joe) Taylor · Jerome Tiger · Robert Tomberlin · Frank von der Lancken · Russell Wagoshe · George Woogie Watchetaker . C.W. Wellborn · Richard West · Glenn and Treva Wheete · Laurence Pickett Williams · Charles Banks Wilson · Larry Zox
The Kiowa Five James Auchiah · Spencer Asah · Jack Hokeah Stephen Mopope · Monroe Tsatoke · Lois Smoky
Early Native American artifacts & beadwork, Navajo weavings and rugs including mocassins, costumes, photographs, Old Pawn Sterling Silver and turquoise, NAC Peyote German Silver, baskets, pottery.
Oklahoma Indian Territory, The Miller Bros. 101 Ranch, Real Wild West and Pawnee Bill's Wild West Shows.
Historic works from: The Taos Art Colony: Bert Geer Phillips, Ernest Blumenshein, Oscar E. Berninghaus, E. I. Couse, Joseph H. Sharp, W. Herbert Dunton. And early paintings from Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado and New Mexico.
We are currently only offering custom framing for items that require no glass: Oil and acrylic paintings. In our frame shop, we give that personal touch that is so important to our clients. We maintain the highest standards using only museum quality products. Customers can choose from a selection of corners samples in silver, gold, or wood finishes.
P I E R S O N G A L L E R Y: American Fine Art Boston Avenue Frame
1311 East 15th Street - Tulsa, OK 74120 | 918.584.2440
Wednesday - Saturday: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Or By Appointment
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express & Paypal