Set of 4 12 x12 canvases
Our piece is a slice of nostalgia from our childhoods. Growing up in the 80s and 90s bikes were always full of bright colors and neons. Every kid wanted the brightest and most colorful bike possible. Riding a bike is freedom especially as a child. The moment you saw your new bike as a kid you knew you had freedom. The feeling is the same as an adult. The bright and fun colors represent the first nice Oklahoma weather day in Spring you can pull that bike out and have that freedom. We want this piece to always remind you of that first time you saw your first bike. By purchasing art today you are helping many fall in love with the freedom of a bike all over again or for the first time.
Artists: Stephanie Cameron and Emily Web
About Emily Web: Emily Webb is a Tulsa based designer on a mission to make colorful original art affordable and fun! Emily is known for her whimsical designs and uses various mediums. 2017 is a big year for Emily Webb Design with a product line coming soon!
About Stephanie Cameron: Stephanie Cameron serves as Community Affairs Director for APSCO Manufacturing and State Director for Dream It Do It Oklahoma and OK2Grow. Prior to this role, Cameron held a position as a Corporate Market Director for the American Heart Association and worked as a recruiter in the staffing industry. Cameron was named as one of the YWCA’s 2017 Women of the Year, the Journal Record’s 2016 Women of the Year, Tulsa World’s People to Watch in 2016, a 2016 Journal Record Achiever Under 40, a 2015 National Women in Manufacturing STEP Ahead Award Winner, 2015 Woman of Distinction, Tulsa Business and Legal News 2014 40 Under 40, has received awards for Outstanding Achievement in Fundraising and is a member of Leadership Oklahoma Class XXIX and Leadership Tulsa Class 50. She received a degree in International Affairs from the University of Georgia and is a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Cameron serves various nonprofits and organizations in the community including the Tulsa Global Alliance, the Union Schools Education Foundation, Chair of TYPros, the Rotary Club of Tulsa, the Oklahoma Academy, Leadership Oklahoma, the Tulsa Regional Chamber, ImpactTulsa, the TCC Signature Symphony, the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma, The Manufacturing Institute, the Hispanic American Foundation, the Center for Legislative Excellence, the State Chamber of Oklahoma, the Tulsa Area Manufacturer’s Association and the Tulsa Regional Stem Alliance.