Tulsa: My Cup O’ Tea



The size is 30 inches round.  The materials include oil on stretched canvas.  The painting features a Tulsa skyline rising from a teacup and saucer, with a colorful paisley background.



The teacups and saucers which hold the media kits were painted with downtown themes by students at the Tulsa Girls Art School, which the artist co-founded and directs.



Matthew Moffett is a self-taught artist who paints for the love of painting. Moffett started painting pet portraits at the age of 25, with no former training or experience. Moffett has been painting and showing his art for 16 years, painting landscapes and cityscapes along with the pet portraits.

He is the director/co-founder of a dynamic, non-profit after school art program in Tulsa, Okla., called “The Tulsa Girls Art School Project” (TGAS.)



“I am so excited to see Tulsa bloom and grow, especially the downtown area.  It’s exciting to be a part of the growth and development of Tulsa and to put ideas into place for future generations to enjoy. We are on the cusp of becoming a big city, and I love to capture the joy of Tulsa in my paintings.  I love to use bold colors and hope that people walk away from viewing my artwork with a smile on their face.  Life can be tough enough with its challenges…I want my art to inspire people and make them happy.”