Oral history interview with Linda Greever
TitleOral history interview with Linda Greever
DescriptionLinda Greever, an art collector and gallery owner, describes her childhood and how she first became interested in art. She explains how she opened her gallery and her first exposure to Native art. She mentions a lot of the Native artists she has worked with over the years and some of their specific pieces of art. Greever also talks about the practical side of owning an art gallery and comments on some of the different work she does like appraising and judging art.
InterviewerLittle Thunder, Julie Pearson
KeywordOklahoma Native Artists; Oklahoma Indian art community; Indian Arts and Crafts Act
SubjectArtists; Interviews; Art galleries, Commercial; Art--Collectors and collecting; Art--Competitions
SpatialTulsa, Oklahoma; Muskogee, Oklahoma
Citation of materialOklahoma Oral History Research Program-Oklahoma State University