Native American Art by Rhonda Williams

Rhonda Williams creates paintings and sculptures reflecting traditional Native American themes through her designs, and expresses them in contemporary forms using bright colors. She is the great-granddaughter of Ralph Dent, the last hereditary chief of the Otoe Missouria Tribe. Rhonda Williams is a native Oklahoman residing in her Edmond, OK home/studio, White Stallion Studio. Paintings shown are for sale; contact the artist at

Friday, March 10, 2006

Group Shows of Rhonda E. Williams

Experience and Group Shows:
Southern Plains Indian Museum, Anadarko, Ok
Spirit of the People, Oklahoma City, Ok
White Stallion Fine Arts Show, Oklahoma City, Ok
Oklahoma Native Art and Jewelry, 4th of July Celebration, Oklahoma City, Ok
Guthrie Art & Wine Festival, Guthrie, Ok
Jacobson House Indian Market, Norman, Ok
Muhn-Kuh Pee Ka (Good Medicine) Fine Art Show, Oklahoma City, Ok
Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Celebration; Fort Atkinson, Nebraska
Gallery of the Plains Fine Art Show, Nichols Hills and Colony, Ok
American Indian Exposition, Anadarko, Ok
Red Earth, Oklahoma City, Ok
Biting the Apple, Oklahoma City, OK

Galleries & Representatives:
Jacobson House Gallery, Norman, Ok
Oklahoma Native Art & Jewelry, Oklahoma City, Ok
Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma, Binger, Ok
Dreamcatcher Designs, Oklahoma City, Ok
Adelante! Gallery & Art Studio, Oklahoma City, OK

Phil Cross, Houston, Texas
William and Anita Winters of Edmond, Ok
John Perish of Norman, Ok
Lorena Burris of Oklahoma City, Ok
Robin Mead of Oklahoma City, Ok


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