Oral history interview with Charles Chapman
TitleOral history interview with Charles Chapman
DescriptionCharles Chapman, a professional artist, talks about his childhood and how he was always interested in art. He explains how he taught himself how to paint and how he started researching his tribe's history to better paint it. He describes his creative process, subject matter, and attitude toward his art. He discusses the importance of doing research for artwork and representing your tribe well. He also comments on some of his art show experiences and their influence on him and his art.
InterviewerLittle Thunder, Julie Pearson
KeywordOklahoma Native Artists; Pawnee heritage; Creative process; Art shows
SubjectIndians of North America; Artists; Interviews; Painting; Indian art
Citation of materialOklahoma Oral History Research Program-Oklahoma State University