Marvin's Place Art Gallery - Select "SHOP" for featured pieces in our Online Store
A fine art gallery located in the depot district of downtown ardmore, ok
Marvin's Place Art Gallery - Select "SHOP" for featured pieces in our Online Store
Come experience amazing artwork in the space that once was Yeager's Department Store, which was owned and operated by Marvin Yeager. We are currently representing artists from Oklahoma, New Mexico, Michigan, Utah, South Carolina and the Native Kamba people of the Eastern Plains of Kenya. Marvin’s Place Art Gallery is located in the Depot District of Downtown Ardmore.
Alan Burris is a well-known visual artist working primarily in ceramic sculpture. His artwork has been featured in numerous art galleries and has received awards on the state and regional levels. Pieces from his ‘The Ancient Ones’ sculpture collection can currently be found in multiple offices at the Oklahoma state Capitol and
Beads are condensed capsules of information, each with its own beauty, history and culture. Collecting handmade beads worldwide, Carolyn Arcure assembles them into Storybeads. These take many forms as unique jewelry, bookmarks, shrines and other blessings, all accompanied by tags and booklets telling their stories.
Janet Alexander is an accomplished metal artist with her work published in several books and magazines including on the cover of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist; The Gemmys 2015, Contemporary Metal Clay Rings. She has a true passion for working in metals and enjoys creating art that make the viewer want to take a closer look.
L.A. Scott paints abstracts. He explores the convergence of paint, music, and energy. His pieces are composed to music and often the repeated musical selection will become part of the title.
Sharon Burris is a fine art photographer. Most of her work is printed on reflective aluminum, giving it a rich, luminescent depth not found in traditional paper prints. She works with what she calls "composite photography," the layering of elements of several self-taken photos to create a multi-layered work that invites viewer interpretat
Sharon Burris is a fine art photographer. Most of her work is printed on reflective aluminum, giving it a rich, luminescent depth not found in traditional paper prints. She works with what she calls "composite photography," the layering of elements of several self-taken photos to create a multi-layered work that invites viewer interpretation and closer inspection to find the multi-faceted details within the piece.
Barbara Meikle has been an artist from childhood, sketching the horses she loved and to care of in order to ride. Her bright and vibrant work includes horses elegantly in motion or the expression of whimsical donkey or the dynamic beauty of the Western landscape.
Nestled amid rough terrain and lush green land lives the Native Kamba people of the Eastern Plains of Kenya. These people are known for their authentic and artistic flare depicting everyday life in their village and surrounding areas. Each of the Authentic African Batiks are on pure cotton fabric with painting from various artists from the Kamba people.
For more than 25 years, Suanne Wamsley has loved horses and enjoyed great success painting the magnificent animals. Since childhood, her love of art and a natural attraction to horses have melded into an extraordinary talent. Working in colored pencil, she captures every detail of her subjects and brings to life the qualities that make horses some of the most beloved animals on earth.
Traci Wright Martin is a charcoal and mixed media artist. The overall narrative in her portrait and figurative work addresses the idea of representation, weaving contemporary realism with abstract design elements. Her approach to mixed media utilizes charcoal as the foundation and brings combinations of paint, patterned paper collage and other experimental techniques to the finished design.
Hand-made custom wire sculptures of various animals. Jeremy won the International Art Award of 2008 from the Oklahoma Museum of Natural History.
Alan Miner creates a functional line of handmade high-fired stoneware pottery using the potter’s wheel. All pieces are unique as well as oven, microwave, and dishwasher
Patsy Lane is a member of the Oklahoma Lady Artists, the Oklahoma Sculpture Society and a signature member of the American Plains Artists. Her work has been shown at the Salmagundi Gallery in New York, participated in the Mountain Oyster Club show in Tuscon, AZ., Wildlife exhibit in St. Augustine, FL., Museum of Western Art exhibit in Ke
Patsy Lane is a member of the Oklahoma Lady Artists, the Oklahoma Sculpture Society and a signature member of the American Plains Artists. Her work has been shown at the Salmagundi Gallery in New York, participated in the Mountain Oyster Club show in Tuscon, AZ., Wildlife exhibit in St. Augustine, FL., Museum of Western Art exhibit in Kerrville, TX. Her work has won first in sculpture at the Red River Valley Museum's international juried show in Vernon, TX. and first in sculpture at the OPOMAC national exhibit in Graham, TX.
The batik artwork of Denise Dorn combines indigenous patterns, different landscapes sky and exotic plant, birds and figures with southwest subjects. Her work incorporates fanciful and even mystic elements while still being recognizable. Underlying her subject matter is a connection to nature.
Ivy Heymann brings her love and passion for working with clay into every piece she creates. The pieces are fired to be durable with great strength. The pieces are light, ergonomically correct, gentle to the hand and user friendly.
Rory Combs grew up in an area rich in Native American history and has been intrigued by the Native American culture since childhood. Dignity is an attribute that he finds most appealing in his Native American subjects, and what he strives to convey in his sculptures.
Unique, personally created pieces from reclaimed wine barrels, driftwood or 100+ year old barnwood. Each piece of wood is individually selected for it's own weathering, coloring, knot holes and other unique features. The result is a one of a kind piece created to enhance the beauty and natural character of the wood.
Bob Bowser is a wildlife photographer. His love of nature began when he was a small boy growing up in a midwest rural community. He has captured stunning photos of wildlife in their natural habitat. His work is printed on acrylic and canvas bringing the smallest details up close, drawing the observer's eye into the photo.
Lori Snowden has had a natural love and appreciation for art, in all forms, for as long as she can remember. She continues to expand her boundaries different techniques and mediums. Her passion is to create her own variety of artwork.
Most days you will find Shirley in her studio mixing oils, painting, scaping revealing layers and bringing her visions to life on canvas and panels. She is fascinated with the spirit of living beings and happily surprised and delighted when she can reveal their life's light in her work.
Jeff has over 20 years experience working with glass and his work has been featured around the globe. Working in architectural and residential applications no challenge is too large or small. Whimsical fun with glass left over from larger projects created "The Bird". Lighthearted and guaranteed to bring a smile.
Known for her innovative compositions in oil and acrylics, Lee Bocoks's paintings demonstrate masterful draftsmanship, an unerring sense of spatial composition and design and a bold exploration of new dimensions in color and texture. Her artwork exhibits the iconic connection of humanity to animals and the environment, the visionary prese
Known for her innovative compositions in oil and acrylics, Lee Bocoks's paintings demonstrate masterful draftsmanship, an unerring sense of spatial composition and design and a bold exploration of new dimensions in color and texture. Her artwork exhibits the iconic connection of humanity to animals and the environment, the visionary presence of the mystical and the cultural traditions of the past.
Marvin's Place Art Gallery is a proud supporter of the Ardmore Main Street Authority and the ongoing revitalization efforts in the Depot District of downtown Ardmore. Please click the Find Out More button for information about AMSA, listings of shops, restaurants and bars in the District, and the exciting changes that are underway!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during our normal business hours.
103 West Main Street, Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401, United States
12:00 pm – 06:00 pm
We are available by appointment on Monday or Tuesday. Closed on Sunday.
The prices shown and availability of the artwork shown on this site are subject to change - please contact us for additional pricing information. Standard shipping on all artwork is 5-7 days.