Cha' Tullis Gallery and Murals

108 W Main
Hominy, OK 74035
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Cha Tullis’ name has become almost synonymous with Hominy Oklahoma.  Not only does his large art gallery contain a multitude of Native American art, sculpture, jewelry and more, but he has adorned his community with numerous murals.
The Hominy murals pay homage to Cha’s Native American lineage and many times are symbolic.  They include the massive “Magical Yesterday” spanning 130 feet wide by 18 feet tall depicting the vanished way of life between the horse and buffalo; and “Crossing Boundaries” dedicated to the brave leaders who went before.  Several others honor the important aspects of Native American life including eagles, wolves, buffalo and ancestors.  Topping off Cha’s community art installation would be the majestic “New Territory Sculpture” overlooking Hominy to the west.  Consisting of 15 warriors up to twenty feet tall, it is visible day and night and worthy of a commemorative photograph.
While visiting Hominy and Cha’s works, you’ll want to visit the Fred Drummond home, a very successful rancher and trader in Osage County.  Afterward stop in at Wild Country Meats for an unforgettable dining experience.