After New Mexico, I’ve found Oklahoma to be the best state in the nation for seeing Native American artwork.
Gifting artwork – Native American artwork
I’m biased, but I think gifting artwork is the most personalized, thoughtful, memorable present you can give someone.
Paintings of buffalo reflect its iconic status
Paintings of buffalo are among the earliest in art history. Depictions can be seen in cave paintings tens of thousands of years old.
David Bradley: Icon of contemporary Native American painting
Painter and sculptor David Bradley long ago established himself as one of the foremost in contemporary Native American painting.
Trail of Tears paintings at Wyld Gallery
Purchasing artwork recalling a barbaric human tragedy fueled by colonialism, despotism and white supremacy may seem like an odd choice to bring into your home and hang in the den.
Painting found Travis Mammedaty when Travis Mammedaty found paintings
After working more than 10 years at Paragon Industries steel mill in Sapulpa, OK, Travis Mammedaty felt called to something else.
Nocona Burgess: teaching history and making history
For Nocona Burgess, artist and historian, his work is increasingly becoming history itself, with future generations studying him.
Shaun Beyale – Navajo Reservation to Marvel Universe
Growing up on the Navajo reservation, Shaun Beyale didn’t have running water or electricity. He did have comic books.
Jason Parrish: from the Navajo Reservation to Paris’ Grand Palais
Art was a side interest to Jason Parrish who graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2007 and then began working in a New Mexico bank.
Billy Hensley paints gar fish to connect with Chickasaw homelands
Billy Hensley is connecting to the Chickasaw homelands in present day Mississippi by incorporating gar fish into his contemporary paintings.