Cha Tullis paints murals on the buildings of a city called "Hominy" in Oklahoma, he is a very successful native american and i am honored to have met him and visited his shop and gallery and seen all the murals he has painted.
Did you know that Cha Tullis, the artist behind the awe inspiring murals that grace the areas around Hominy, estimates that he used 705 gallons of paint to complete all 47 of the murals he worked on between 1990-1996? 150,000 - 200,000 people visit and view these incredible works of art in and around Hominy each year. For more information on the murals or to see more of the artist's work, you can stop by his studio to learn more!
New Territory - These sculptures overlook the town of Hominy, OK from the west. Cha' took seven weeks, fifteen tons of steel and three cubic yards of concrete to complete the project. He often made the sweaty climb to the hilltop several times a day lugging supplies, materials and tools. "I lost about 15 pounds during all of it" he says. The sculpture consists of 15 warriors up to 20 feet tall. Recently the town installed lights and the site is now visible at night.