Gentry works as a professional visual artist in art education, relief and monotype printmaking, painting, jewelry and photography, and also works as a writer, designer and curator. Gentry is passionate about using her art to create different ways to preserve her traditional southeastern Choctaw tribal culture.
In 2012, she was recognized for the 40 Under 40 award by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. Kristin receieved her M.S. degree with honors in Native American Leadership from Southeastern Oklahoma State University in the spring of 2020 and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Oklahoma State University in 2009, where she graduated as a Senior of Significance. She attained her Associate of Arts in education from Tulsa Community College in 2005 as an Honor's Scholor Graduate. Kristin is a graduate of Berryhill High School, Class of 2003.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.