Public Art
Poems In The Parks

Two original poems created and designed by M.J. Alexander for sandblasting into the sidewalks of eight Oklahoma City parks: Overholser, Dolphin Wharton, Pat Murphy, Woodrun, Geraldine, South Rotary, Melrose, and Britton. Poems’ steel-cut stencils to be installed near pathways as stand-alone text sculptures. (Awarded by Oklahoma City Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs; Installation in Winter 2021)

I Killed I Can't

Twenty portraits of Oklahoma centenarians, accompanied by their advice for surviving challenging times. To be installed in EMBARK transportation system. (Awarded by Urban Land Institute Oklahoma/Downtown OKC, Inc., To be installed The Light Gallery of OKC Underground, January 2021)

MOVE IT!
Public Art Photography Suite

Lenticular, vinyl and banner custom works commissioned for three recreation centers: Southern Oaks, Northeast and Taylor. (Awarded by Oklahoma City Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, July 2020)

Of Perpetual Solace

Lyricist/librettist /visual artist for epic work for full orchestra and 300-voice chorus exploring grief, loss and love on the 25th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City. (Rescheduled for 28 March 2021)

The Centenarians

The Governor’s Suite, Oklahoma State Capitol. Portraits of and interviews with Oklahoma elders. (15 February 2019-present)

Quotelahoma

Pop-up installations of text-and-images street art posters.