Illustrations for Richard Green's "Chickasaw Lives"

Joshua Hinson

Joshua Hinson is an artist and Director of the Department of Chickasaw Language in the Division of History and Culture for the Chickasaw Nation. Here, Joshua talks about the modern colors of the Chickasaw Nation and how he incorporating both those aesthetics and important citizens into the illustrations for author Richard Green’s books.


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