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For all Chickasaw Country cancellations and closings please contact the business directly.

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Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts

Explore a diversity of arts and culture at Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts, Bricktown’s newest art gallery and retail space. See the work of Native American artists and Chickasaw cultural educational items, all in the heart of Oklahoma City. Exhibit C is also an authorized Pendleton retailer, so be sure to come check out the wonderful items Pendleton has to offer.


Exhibit C Gallery showcases connection between Native tribes and buffalo

“Home on the Range” hosts work of 20 Native American artists

Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts is bringing a visual narration of the relationship between Native American tribes and buffalo to Oklahoma City. “Home on the Range” debuts at Oklahoma City’s premier Native American art gallery March 1, and will feature the work of 20 Native American artists.

Similar to last year’s “Blazing a Trail” exhibit, visitors have the chance to immerse themselves in the artwork as it’s produced. Each artist will create their own rendition of what the buffalo means to their Native tribe, including cultural significance and representation, using various mediums for his or her pieces. All artwork created and completed will be available for purchase during and after the show.

“Home on the Range” will feature original paintings, photography, mixed-media works, prints, sculptures and more. The artists participating in the show include George Alexander (Muscogee), Nocona Burgess (Comanche), Dylan Calvin (Choctaw), Ishkoten Dougi (Navajo/Jicarilla Apache), Billy Hensley (Chickasaw), Josh Johnico (Choctaw), George Levi (Cheyenne), Bobby Martin (Creek), Dustin Mater (Chickasaw), Tim Nevaquaya (Comanche/Chickasaw/Choctaw), Chris Pappan (Kanza/Osage/Lakota), Addie Roanhorse (Osage), Stuart Sampson (Potawatomi), Hoka Skenandore (Oneida/Ogala Lakota/Luiseno/Chicano), Virginia Stroud (Creek/Cherokee/Kiowa), Antoinette Thompson (Navajo), Jim Trosper (Chickasaw), Micah Wesley (Mvskoke/Kiowa), Jennifer White (Arikara) and Rhonda Williams (Otoe Missouria).

1 East Sheridan, Ste. 100
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
  • Currently closed out of an abundance of caution in regards to COVID-19.

Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts is a 4,000 square foot art gallery and retail space located in the Bricktown district of downtown Oklahoma City. Proudly owned by the Chickasaw Nation, Exhibit C is used as a means to highlight talented Native American artists who represent their communities. The gallery is filled with authentic pieces of artwork as well as artisan works such as jewelry, pottery, paintings and clothing all handcrafted by Chickasaw and other Native American artists, which are on display for sale. Additionally, the retail shop carries the full line of Bedré Fine Chocolate, Chickasaw Press books and Pendleton items. 

90-Day Layaway Now Available!

Customers can now enjoy the convenience of a 90-day layaway payment option when purchasing a single piece of art valued at $150.00 or more before tax. 25% of the total purchase price is required as a down payment, followed by an additional 25% every 30 days until the item is paid off in full. This is a non-refundable contract.

Ask about our brokerage services today!

Exhibit C is proud to offer brokerage services to our customers. If you’re looking for a specific piece to fill your collection or a specific commission piece, let us work for you to find it.

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