2nd Tulsa Indian Art Festival
Late 20th Early 21st Century
21 in HIGH x 17.2 in WIDE
(53.34 cm HIGH x 43.69 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right corner of image has printed artists signature of "Skip Rowell" with a row of small symbols including "87 (c)" below it. "Skip Rowell ''Buffalo Dancer''" is printed below this corner of the image.

This is a white poster with a 1-inch white margin around an illustration of a Native American man with a buffalo shadow against a yellow and brown background. The man has long, black hair and wears a fur hat with horns. He is carrying a staff with fur and feathers on it and a shield with a blue buffalo skull in the center. He also wears fur around his feet and has a buffalo-shaped shadow rather than a human one. Large, black text below the image reads "2nd Tulsa / Indian Art Festival / March 18-20, 1988 Exposition Center / American Indian Theatre Association". There is a black and white symbol including a teepee and "Indian Art Festival / Tulsa" between the date and the location. There is also a black line above the final line of text. |
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