Grand Lake area artists and artisans will be on display along with the beautiful azaleas during Lendonwood Gardens’ Art in the Garden exhibit and sale on Saturday, May 3, at the botanical garden in Grove. A wide range of mediums will be represented, from jewelry-making to photography to fine arts.

The show will open at 9 a.m. and end at about 3 p.m. Art in the Garden is free and open to the public.

“It’s always a perfect way to blend nature and art, with Lendonwood’s beautiful flowers serving as the backdrop for the work of artists and artisans,” said Cindy Reynolds, Lendonwood board member who is coordinating the event. “Artists can sell or just display their works, for the enjoyment of our visitors.”

Lendonwood Art in the Garden Grove OK

Art in the Garden takes place on Saturday, May 3rd at Lendonwood Gardens in Grove.

All items on display are hand-made by area artists. “We are happy to support our local artists by offering a venue for their work,” said Reynolds.

Student artists from Grove High School also will be showing off their artworks in the American Backyard Garden, located near the Japanese Pavilion.

During the day, Mazzio’s of Grove will have a booth to sell pizza-by-the-slice and beverages, Reynolds said. Kettle-corn also will be for sale by another vendor.

“We invite everyone to come out and enjoy the talents on display at Art in the Garden,” Reynolds said. “In addition to the artworks, it’s also a wonderful time to see spring flowers on full display at Lendonwood.”

For more information about Art in the Garden, contact Lendonwood at (918) 786-2938 or visit

Lendonwood Gardens is an eight-acre botanical garden supported by volunteers and contributions. The garden is open to the public year-round, from dawn to dusk.

Botanical highlights include large collections of azaleas, rhododendrons, daylilies, hostas, peonies, Japanese maples, dogwoods, and many other plants and trees. Lendonwood also has become a popular site for weddings, prom and graduation photos and other special events.

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