Hominy, Oklahoma: Indian Murals, fake hilltop horse ridersMurals in town, hilltop silhouettes of Indians on horseback overlooking the town.
- Eastern Ave., Hominy, OK
- 28 miles west out of Tulsa on Hwy 64, at which point you take the Cleveland exit. From Cleveland take Hwy 99 north about 10 miles. The murals are in town; the sculptures are just west of town, atop Standpipe Hill.
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Full size murals of various Indian scenes painted on the sides of business buildings. there are also silhouette sculptures of Indians on horseback standing on the top of a hill overlooking the town. At sundown, it looks very realistic. All the work is done by a local Indian artist artist, who also has a jewelry and gift shop in town.[Kay Maness, 03/18/2001]
The town of Hominy, Oklahoma, has much to offer, largely thanks to the efforts of artist Cha' Tullis. He has painted 40 murals on buildings all over town and, finally, a crowning achievement, 15 silhouette sculptures of mounted Indians, 16-19' tall each, on a hillside overlooking the town.[Ginny aka Calypgin, 08/29/1997]