Oklahoma Native Art & Jewelry.
2225 Exchange Ave. OKC,OK. 73108 (405) 604-9800
(Historic Stockyards District)
"OKC's Premiere Native American Art Gallery"
"Oklahoma Native Art & Jewelry" is a Native American owned and operated gallery which features Native American and Western Artwork of Fine Quality, we are happy to bring to you a vast collection of nationally and regionally recognized Artist from our many artshow exhibits since 1972.
It is with great heartache to inform our friends of the Art Gallery; that a neighboring building 4 alarm fire destroyed our family business and would appreciate any Artist looking for a new home to contact us. We have nothing left of the 20 year rare collections in our Art Gallery.
We are not able to purchase at this time and only survive on folks good graces.
We have relocated to 2225 Exchange Ave. next to the Oklahoma Rodeo Opry. Thanks to our new friends opening this property to us and are so grateful!!!
Any donations to rebuild a new home for Artist can help. Thank You
A fund has been set up to help White Antelope at First Bank & Trust Co. at PO Box 878 in Perry, Oklahoma 73077.
Assistance to rebuild again! go to http://www.gofundme.com/oklahomanativeart
Over the last 40 years exhibiting her works with fellow artists throughout the country (White Antelope) has gathered her fellow Native American and Western Artists to bring the show home to Oklahoma to you the Art Collector. Along with her pottery you will find over 68 featured artists representing over 28 tribes from Oklahoma and the Southwest. We are unique in the fact that we are a working gallery which features many works by artists who support the gallery with their art and time.
* The New York Times has recommended our Art Gallery as a must see destination 2013, 2014*. Oklahoma Indian Artwork is represented with great pride in our our Art Gallery and proudly share our Cultural History and works with you while you visit.
Sincerly: White Antelope
The last 26 years featuring works in Sculptured Stone and Metal Smithing throughout the country at Native American Exhibits. Our Jeweler has brought the concept of seeing into the stone complementing his ability to unite the precious gemstones with the creativity of forging metals to embrace the beauty of the natural stone to complete his inspirations in his Jewelry designs. Our Artist creates many of our traditional Native works in Silver and Gold, that are custom hand tooled and set with Precious Gemstones.
The New York Times has recommended our Art Gallery as a must see destination in the upcoming 2014 book. The New York Times, 36 hours: 150 weekends in the USA and Canada. from TASCHEN.L
Look for us on you next vacation to Oklahoma City, OK. U.S.A