Explore a Diversity of Arts and Culture at Exhibit C Gallery

Exhibit C Gallery is a 4,000 sq. ft. 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 First American artists who represent their communities throughout Oklahoma. 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 First American artists, which are put on display for sale. Additionally, the retail shop carries the full line of Bedré Fine Chocolate, Chickasaw Press books and Pendleton items. 

Exhibit C serves as a tourism information center for Bricktown guests interested in visiting any and all attractions throughout Chickasaw Country. Be sure to make your way to Exhibit C and immerse yourself in a captivating scene of authentic art and culture.

If you have interest in renting out Exhibit C for your next group or organized event, contact Tom Farris at "exhibitc@chicksaw.net"

 

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.

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.

Here is a quote from just one of our many pleased clients: 

“Since moving Antioch Energy to Bricktown in Oklahoma City, we’ve been working to create a professional, attractive office space that is comfortable for both our employees, investors and partners. However, finding art that fit our aesthetic was a time-consuming challenge. On my search, I visited Exhibit C and was amazed by the beauty and diversity of the art on display. The team at Exhibit C spoke with me about my needs and worked to find a piece perfect for the space. With the canvas is on display in my office, I’m proud to bring guests by and enjoy the piece daily. I happily recommend Exhibit C’s services to anyone looking to take their space to a whole new level.”

– Nathaniel Harding, Antioch Energy

 

Exhibit C is proud to feature the work of:

Addie Roanhorse

Karin Walkingstick

America Meredith

Karl Addison

April Holder

Keli Gonzales

Billy Hensley

Kelly Haney

Bobby Martin

Kristen Dorsey

Brent Greenwood

Kristin Gentry

Chester Horse

Lauretta Newby-Coker

Daniel Worcester

Marcella Yepa

Danielle Levi

Marcus Amerman

Doneeta Nowlins

Marwin Begaye

Donnel Somers

Maya Stewart

Dustin Mater

Michael Elizondo, Jr. 

Dylan Cavin

Nocona Burgess

Edmond Perkins

Paul Moore

Felicia Fragua Curley

Preston Singletary

Fernando Padilla 

Rhonda Williams

Gary Franklin

Roy Boney Jr.

George Levi

Timothy Nevaquaya

Glenda Galvan

Tony Tiger

Gordell Wright

Tyra Shackelford

Hoka Skenandore

Vicki Somers

Ishkoten Dougi

 

Important Safety Updates for Exhibit C Gallery


The health and safety of our guests and employees is our number one priority. We continue to closely monitor Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and public health advancements, and we have implemented operational procedures and protocols that you need to know before you make your next trip to Exhibit C Gallery. 
 
•      Exhibit C Gallery will be limited to 10 guests at a time.
•      All employees will wear a mask.
•      Guests are advised to practice physical distancing leaving six feet between themselves and people not traveling with them. 
•      Cleaning frequency is being increased throughout the facility in accordance with best practices.
•      A sneeze guard has been installed near the retail check out stations.
•      Hand sanitizer is available throughout the facility, at all entrances and internal doors.
•      Masks are available for guests.
 
Out of an abundance of caution, all sales at Exhibit C Gallery  will also be final until further notice. 

 

 

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(405) 767-8900
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(405) 767-8900
Open Daily
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
 

Explore a Diversity of Arts and Culture at Exhibit C Gallery

Exhibit C Gallery is a 4,000 sq. ft. 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 First American artists who represent their communities throughout Oklahoma. 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 First American artists, which are put on display for sale. Additionally, the retail shop carries the full line of Bedré Fine Chocolate, Chickasaw Press books and Pendleton items. 

Exhibit C serves as a tourism information center for Bricktown guests interested in visiting any and all attractions throughout Chickasaw Country. Be sure to make your way to Exhibit C and immerse yourself in a captivating scene of authentic art and culture.

If you have interest in renting out Exhibit C for your next group or organized event, contact Tom Farris at "exhibitc@chicksaw.net"

 

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.

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.

Here is a quote from just one of our many pleased clients: 

“Since moving Antioch Energy to Bricktown in Oklahoma City, we’ve been working to create a professional, attractive office space that is comfortable for both our employees, investors and partners. However, finding art that fit our aesthetic was a time-consuming challenge. On my search, I visited Exhibit C and was amazed by the beauty and diversity of the art on display. The team at Exhibit C spoke with me about my needs and worked to find a piece perfect for the space. With the canvas is on display in my office, I’m proud to bring guests by and enjoy the piece daily. I happily recommend Exhibit C’s services to anyone looking to take their space to a whole new level.”

– Nathaniel Harding, Antioch Energy

 

Exhibit C is proud to feature the work of:

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“Music for The Great Sun” Will Promote Overlooked Artistry Through Glass Work

Exhibit C, Oklahoma City’s premier Native American art gallery, will be showcasing two world-renowned artists for their first major collaborative exhibit beginning this March. “Music for The Great Sun” will debut the work of Marcus Amerman and Preston Singletary, two First American artists whose list of awards propels them to international acclaim.

The one-of-a-kind exhibit name derives from ‘The Great Sun,’ a divine god-king of the Cahokia Moundbuilders. This civilization, of which Amerman is a descendant, saw The Great Sun as the political and religious leader of the ancient, class-stratified society. Many of the pieces Amerman and Singletary are using for inspiration were originally made by imperial craftsmen for the demands of the ruling class and The Great Sun.

The collaboration is seen as creativity through performance, or ‘music’ for a civilization and its divine entities that is often overlooked and unremembered in history. The two have joined forces to create glass work by Singletary with designs of each piece created by Amerman, influenced by the forms and symbols of the ancient mound builder cultures of North America.

“We believe Preston and I’s decision to collaborate was ‘by royal appointment of The Great Sun,’” said Amerman. “I tell him that we have been mythologically thrust into cooperation to ‘squeeze the Juice of the Stone’ and create luminous and lyrical works of glass that will bring light and attention to a once-great, now-forgotten people of America.”

Preston Singletary: The show is the first time for Singletary (Tlingit) to exhibit in Oklahoma, with much of his work found in Pacific Northwest galleries. However, Singletary’s singular glassblowing techniques have sent his work across the globe. From the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. to Château-musée de Boulogne-sur-Mer in France to the British Museum in London, his works have garnered respect around the world.

Marcus Amerman: Amerman (Choctaw) has also had international success in his preferred mediums of beadwork and fashion, including a runway show in Johannesburg, South Africa. The pieces reflect his Choctaw roots, using the imagery of the Mississippian peoples to blend contemporary and traditional designs. Amerman’s glass pottery and beadwork is currently collected at the George Gustav Heye Center, the Heard Museum and the Smithsonian, the latter of which led to his partnership with Singletary.

“Music for the Great Sun” will be on display from March 1 to June 30, 2021.