graphic arts resource center

The Graphic Arts Resource Center at Untitled serves as a professional archive for collections of photography and works on paper. A dedicated climate controlled safe room has been created onsite for the storage and archiving of all types of works on paper. Our programming will include public lectures, workshops and exhibitions devoted to these mediums.


The L. Diane Jackson Archive is a collection of black and white prints and negatives from the late photographer Diane Jackson of Oklahoma City, which was donated by Randy Floyd and Ellen Jonsson to ARTSPACE at Untitled. After exhibiting her work with IAO, Randy and Ellen wanted to make sure these materials were properly conserved and accessible to anyone interested in seeing them. Much of the subject matter is human interest, but also includes abstract, architectural and animal photographs.



Oklahoma Arts Council Gift of Works on Paper


ARTSPACE has been entrusted with a gift from the Oklahoma State Arts Council of several works on paper completed by Oklahoma artists primarily in the 1960's - 70's. These pieces are a great resource and example of different techniques in printmaking, which can be used for educational purposes through lectures and exhibitions. 



OAI Photography Collection


The photography collection of the Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain is currently housed in the archive. The collection contains approximately 80 photographic prints. Established in the mid-1980s, it grew as a result of the purchase of prints by OAI from a variety of photographers who were instructors for OAI workshops and programs. The collection is housed at Untitled with the potential for future exhibitions and related programming.


All artworks in our archives are available to be seen by appointment.
They are a great resource for research by students and curators alike.