List of Native American Artists From Oklahoma

List Of Native American Artists From Oklahoma

This list indexes notable Native American artists from Oklahoma. Artists listed in this index were born in Oklahoma, at one time lived in Oklahoma or presently live in Oklahoma.

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... animator Enoch Kelly Haney (born 1940), Seminole Tribe of Oklahoma-Muscogee Creek, painter, sculptor Allan Houser (1914–1994), Chiricahua Apache, sculptor and painter Fernando Padilla, Jr ...

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