Medium: Acrylic paints and colored pencils on textured gessoed board
Size: 24.5x38 inch art on 30x40 inch board
Oklahoma's name is derived from two Choctaw words, "okla" meaning people, and "humma" meaning red; literally meaning "red people."
Pictured: Will Rodgers / Geronimo / Choctaw Nation/ Spirit of St. Louis / Historic Route 66 / Blacks first fought alongside whites during Civil War / Pioneer Woman Statue / Art Deco architecture in Tulsa / Statue of Buffalo Bill Cody
The original art was created as a travel poster and other various advertising for the Oklahoma Touism Board.
Signed and dated on the airplane wing, left edge center "drew '96"