- Ada, Oklahoma

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December 3, 2012

Tribe highlights famed Chickasaw artist

Ada —  


Chickasaw artist Dustin Mater, the designer of the “Spring” Pendleton blanket, is the first featured artist at the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center, located at the southwest corner of SH 7 and I-35 at exit 55.

Mater’s featured art work will include original paintings and various prints, jewelry, contemporary interpretations of traditional Native American gorgets as well as his signature piece “The Red Flying Serpent,” an original shell sculpture piece.

All pieces will be available for purchase, with prices starting at $10.

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