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Partly autobiographical show has bold message
By John Brandenburg  For The Oklahoman 

An “Unspoken Woman” speaks very clearly to us in a show by Ronna Pernell at the state Capitol. The exhibit in the Capitol’s North Gallery has 22 works, done by stippling, using tiny white dots, on black paper, shown in white frames. The Oklahoma City-based artist said her show is partly autobiographical “but expresses the lives of many African-American women.” Read the whole article here….

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Nov 16, 2015 Today’s featured event: Oklahoma City artist Ronna Pernell will present an exhibition of 22 new works of art in the North Gallery of the state …
 Nov 22, 2015 “Unspoken Woman,” an exhibit by Oklahoma City-based artist Ronna Pernellhonoring the trials and triumphs of African-American women, …
Nov 19, 2015 A reception will be held Friday for Oklahoma City artist Ronna Pernell and her ” Unspoken Woman” exhibit. The reception will be from 5 to 8:30 …
Nov 20, 2015 The exhibit, featuring art by Oklahoma City artist Ronna Pernell, opened Monday and will be on display at the Capitol through Jan. 17, 2016.

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