Tribe Artist Transforms Fashion Designs Into Public Street Art With New Mahota Textiles Mural

Me-Way-Seh Hunter Greenwood, Margaret Roach Wheeler, Brent Greenwood, Joanna Underwood Blackburn and Taloa Underwood, from left, all played a role in the creation of Sulphur’s new downtown mural on the side of Mahota Textiles. Brent and his son Me-Way-Seh put the final touches on the wall Saturday, Oct. 17.

Tribe Artist Transforms Fashion Designs Into Public Street Art With New Mahota Textiles Mural

Pedestrians and drivers can view the brightly colored public art of Brent Greenwood at the corner of Muskogee Ave. and West 3rd St. in downtown Sulphur. The depictions of the mural were inspired by Mahota Textiles designers Margaret Roach Wheeler, Taloa Underwood and Joanna Underwood Blackburn and include motifs such as the woodpecker, sweet grass, sun circles and river.

Tribe Artist Transforms Fashion Designs Into Public Street Art With New Mahota Textiles Mural

Muralist And Son Complete Downtown Sulphur Piece

Chickasaw artist Brent Greenwood, with the help of his son Me-Way-Seh Hunter Greenwood, put the finishing touches on a downtown Sulphur mural inspired by Mahota Textiles Saturday, Oct. 17.

Pedestrians and drivers can view the brightly colored public art at the corner of Muskogee Ave. and West 3rd St. – on the east side brick wall of Mahota Textiles. The stage area at the front of the mural offers a wide street view and the morning sun hits the piece just right, Greenwood said.

 

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