Flower Moon Art Show
Curated by Jaime Misenheimer
October 6–28, 2023
Opening October 6, from 6-9pm. Closing reception October 27 from 6-9pm.
The Virtual Gallery will be live on October 6.
Killers of the Flower Moon Background and Crew
A group exhibit by the Killers of the Flower Moon Background and Crew based on their experience working on the film, to coincide with the movie premiere in October, and curated by Jaime Misenheimer. Working to help tell the story of the Reign of Terror was an intense experience. Maintaining the utmost respect and dignity for the Osage people, the group will show video, sculpture, paintings, writing, spoken word, drawings, objects such as moccasins, beadwork, figures, and others. Proceeds will benefit the Osage Nation.
A diverse collective, Killers of the Flower Moon Background and Crew, met on set in 2021 and have gathered monthly since the movie wrapped. Numerous tribes including the Osage Nation are represented, as well as people of all walks of life, ages, and backgrounds, most from the Tulsa area.
Jaime Misenheimer, a registered artist and enrolled citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, creates work in a variety of mediums from her life experiences and informed by her culture. She has exhibited nationally and internationally in group, juried, invitational, and solo shows. She holds an MFA from the Hoffberger School of Painting, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore MD. Most recently she instructs college art classes while maintaining a multi disciplinary studio practice. She was born in Shawnee, OK, and currently lives in the Choctaw Nation.
Pictured: Alex DeRoin, (Two Spirit), Otoe, Osage, Pawnee, and Blackfeet. “Where The Wild Things Are”, digital painting, dimensions variable.