Artist. Creator. Visionary.
About Bryan Waytula
Bryan Waytula is an active fine arts professional living in the Sand Springs, Oklahoma area. Following in the footsteps of his Mother & Grandmother, both of whom are Cherokee Treasures in the Art of Basketry, Bryan has created works enjoyed by patrons and professional athletes. Both his traditional & contemporary works are unique and stunning. He's been translating a variety of artistic skills through numerous competitions, exhibitions and galleries. Drawing since the age of 5, Bryan continues to spend time furthering his techniques and style while teaching young artists as an Oklahoma Educator. His most recent style in the repetitive use of circles throughout his compositions & Native American subject matter have started to gain the interest of collectors and admirers in the Midwest.
Please contact Bryan if you're interested in the price of an original work of art
AWARDS & COMMISSIONS
Awards / Competitions / FAQ's on Commissions
"I really enjoy Bryan's paintings...They make me happy!" - Robert Lewis (Cherokee National Treasure in Storytelling)
2018 Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, IN.
1st in Drawing & Painting / Best of Class
2017 SWAIA Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Santa Fe, NM.
Honorable Mention: We Stand as One"
2017 Artesian Arts Festival Sulfur, OK.
3rd Place Painting: "Mother Earth"
2016 Cherokee Art Market Tulsa, OK.
Best of Class: "Girl of the Water" - Chosen for 2017 Advertisement
2nd Place Painting: "Mother Earth"
2016 Cherokee Holiday Tahlequah, OK.
1st Place Painting: "Mother Earth"
2016 Cherokee Homecoming Show Tahlequah, OK.
HM: "World Champion Cherokee Archer Joe Thornton"
2015 Cherokee Holiday Tahlequah, OK.
2nd Place Painting: "Strength of Our People in Numbers"
2014 Cherokee Homecoming Show Tahlequah, OK.
1st Place Emerging Artist: "A Stare; Cold as Stone"
Bill Rabbit Legacy Award
UPCOMING SHOWS & COMPETITION
The Artesian Art Festival Sulfur, OK.
Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Santa Fe, NM.
Southeastern Art Show & Market Tishomingo, OK.
Cherokee Art Market & Hard Rock Casino Tulsa, OK.
HOW CAN I GET A COMMISSIONED WORK?
"Commissions are available by contacting me directly. We talk about your desired mediums, where each one has its own price scale. I work in pencil, charcoal, white conte, acrylics, and colored pencil. Size and the subject matter are also key in giving an estimate. After a price is agreed upon, we schedule a deadline around any competitions or previously scheduled commissions, and sign an agreement where half of the agreed cost is paid to begin work. When the commission is complete, the remaining balance is due at pickup. After a commission has started, a refund is unavailable, unless I'm unable to complete the work."
Bryan enjoys donating his time & skill in his original works that are auctioned off to raise funds for an organization.
The Needs Foundation: Artwork signed & complimented by Oklahoma City Thunder's Russell Westbrook
Oral Roberts Baseball: Artwork signed and complimented by MLB Houston Astros Cy Young Winner Dallas Keuchel (2015)
Interstate Batteries: Artwork presented to Interstate Batteries CEO Norm Miller
Oral Roberts Baseball: Artwork signed and complimented by Arizona Diamonbacks Pitcher Archie Bradley (2016)
Metro Christian Academy: Artwork donated for silent auction
University of Oklahoma: Donated drawing of Wayman Tisdale
October Issue 2017
"To say art is in Bryan Waytula's blood is an understatement."
Tulsa People Magazine
Lovetts Art Gallery
6528 E 51st St, Tulsa, OK 74145
Waytula's drawing is featured advertising for Cherokee Nation >>>>>>>>
Cherokee Art Market 2017
Hard Rock Casino
Oct. 14th & 15th
Western Art Collector &