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

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Rhonda Williams at Jacobson House, Norman, OK

Rhonda and Thompson Williams will show their art at the Jacobson House Indian Market, Norman, OK on Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and 7. The web address, address and telephone number are below. They have photos from the 2004 Indian Market online. Rhonda says, "The Indian Market will start on Saturday and end on Sunday. People usually start showing up around 11:00ish or earlier, and it is over by 6:00 pm on Saturday and 5:00 pm on Sunday. We are all set up outside and around the yard of the Jacobson House. They will have a concession that will sell fry bread and Indian Tacos. On Sundays, they usually have a drum set up and they sing in the afternoon. Hopefully they will do this again. I really enjoy doing this show. It has such a good atmosphere and everyone knows everyone. I hope you will be able to get away for a while and check it out."

Jacobson House,609 Chautaqua Avenue, Norman, OK 73069
Telephone: (405) 366.1667
Driving: Jacobson House is located at 609 Chautauqua Avenue at the
corner of Boyd Street. If you are coming to Norman from I-35, take the
the Main Street exit going east, drive until you reach Flood Street, then
turn South (right). When you reach the stop light at Boyd Street, turn
left (east). The Jacobson House will be on your right.


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