Art Show featuring female American Indian artists


MaryBeth Timothy, Chickasaw Visitor Center, Sulphur, Oklahoma
Timothy draws inspiration from her love of nature and her heritage to create award winning multimedia art pieces. She is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and is passionate about helping to preserve her native culture through her art. Timothy loves to paint both traditional and contemporary images that tell a story.

Rhonda E. Williams, Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center, Davis, Oklahoma
Williams is an award winning artist from the Otoe Missouria Tribe that has developed her distinctive artistic style by contrasting tribal designs and various contemporary art forms. She creates her work in mixed media, acrylics and clay, presenting a traditional design with a contemporary flare in her paintings that incorporate bone beads, horse hair and various other textures.

Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center in Davis, Oklahoma
Located adjacent to Bedré Fine Chocolate, the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center is located at the southwest corner of exit 55 on Interstate 35. Opened in November 2012, the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center has several amenities including a lounge area, vending machines, an outdoor children’s playground and a dog park. Hours of operation are Monday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information about the center call (580) 369-4222 or visit Chickasaw Country’s website at ChickasawCountry.com.

Chickasaw Visitor Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma
Located across the street from the Artesian Hotel, the Chickasaw Visitor Center is located at the northeast corner of Broadway and State Highway 7 in Sulphur. Opened in November 2013, the Chickasaw Visitor Center includes a lounge area, a gift shop and multi-media video room. Hours of operation are Monday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information about the center, call (580) 622-8050 or visit Chickasaw Country’s website at ChickasawCountry.com.