Thursday, June 18, 2009

Postcard Friendship Friday - Native American Art

Postcard Friendship Friday
My Postcard Friendship Friday contribution is going to be the Native American Art postcards. I bought them at the National Cowbay and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. If you ever go to Oklahoma, make sure you visit this museum! They have a very large and unique collection of art works, paintings, artifacts, etc dedicated to the Native American and Cowboy cultures. Very interesting!"THE DRUMMERS" by James Auchiah, 1906-1974, Tempera on Paper, 1931, from the collection of the museum. "KIOWA AND COMANCHE" by Monroe Tsatoke, 1904-1937, Watercolor on Paper, 1933.
I thought this card would fit my theme. :) There are many more Indian tribes that were forced to relocate to Oklahoma territory and start a new and opressed life there. There is a huge outdoor town dedicated to them in the south-eastern part of the state, called Indian City Anadarko, USA. Another interesting place to visit in Oklahoma.


  1. Lara!!! Welcome to PFF! Your blog is such a delightful read! It's a blast to meet another postcard aholic:) I will go ahead and relink this next week so that everyone sees it:) I don't want anybody to miss this great post!

  2. Thank you so much for your kind words! I love reading all of your posts and look at many blogs through PFF:)

  3. This is great because someone else posted some Western Canadian totems - what a coincidence!
    Evelyn in Montreal