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, August 25, 2006

The Journey Home, Native American Art Fair in Omaha

Rhonda Williams has been invited to show her paintings at:

Lewis & Clark “The Journey Home
Family Festival, Native American Art Fair

Sep 08, 2006 to Sep 09, 2006

Lewis & Clark: “The Journey Home," the second of three Nebraska events, will take place in Omaha and feature: a Family Festival, Native American Art Fair, an Omaha Symphony Concert, and fireworks.
September 8 - September 22, 8am-5pm, Showcasing the enduring creative spirit of the four federally-recognized tribes of Nebraska as well as the Otoe-Missouria Tribe who met with the Lewis & Clark Expedition, this special Native American Art Exhibit is by invitation only through a juried process and limited to enrolled members of the Winnebago, Omaha, Santee Sioux, Northern Ponca and Otoe-Missouria tribes.
Approximately 30 works will be featured in the Nebraska Arts Council’s Showcase Gallery. The exhibit will open the evening of September 8 and all of the artwork on display will be available for purchase.
September 9, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Up to ten Native American Artists and Craftspeople shall be selected and invited to participate in a one day Native American Outdoor Art Fair. The Native American Art Fair will be included as a trolley stop during the Family Festival.


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