Interview, photos and video: Navajo artist Baje Whitethorne Sr. returns to OKC’s Red Earth Festival

By Brandy McDonnellA version of this story appears in Saturday's The Oklahoman.Long-awaited return: Annual Red Earth Festival brings Native American artists and culture to downtown Oklahoma CityAlthough the sun was shining outside Friday morning, a storm was brewing in vibrant purples, yellows and crimsons inside the Cox Convention Center.“There was a lot of that on the way out here,” said Baje Whitethorne Sr., of Flagstaff, Arizona, considering his depiction of a kaleidoscopic cloudscape over a majestic purple landscape.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Brandy McDonnell

A version of this story appears in Saturday's The Oklahoman.

Long-awaited return: Annual Red Earth Festival brings Native American artists and culture to downtown Oklahoma City

Although the sun was shining outside Friday morning, a storm was brewing in vibrant purples, yellows and crimsons inside the Cox Convention Center.

“There was a lot of that on the way out here,” said Baje Whitethorne Sr., of Flagstaff, Arizona, considering his depiction of a kaleidoscopic cloudscape over a majestic purple landscape.
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