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1st Place at the 53rd Annual "Trail of Tears"
Art Show & Sale

Cherokee Little People

Story written by Kenny Henson

Award Night

Me receiving an Ribbon for my "Native Kings" painting in 2016.

Osiyo Club

Jeremy has a new addition to his newly remodeled man cave. He said this piece fit perfect with his pool table and the rest of his collection.

Thanks for giving this piece a great home.

2015 winner

1st Place Cherokee Art Market @ Hard Rock Casino

Kenny at Work

Putting on the finishing touches. All my Paintings are done by hand and paint Brush. I use no other items such as air brush or computer aided imagery. To me, this is the traditional way and every brush stroke brings life to the painting.

Me in Colorado

As you can see, I made a friend while hiking in the Mountains. It was a blustery cold day.

Granny and the Little People

Custom Framed Art. I painted this from a story that my Cherokee Grandmother told me years ago when I was just a child. She said in the old days little people lived close and protected old homesteads. It was not unusual for older people to leave out food as a gift for them. They were often heard but rarely seen.

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Charley Horse

Here is Charley in his Prime.

My two best Fans

Cherokee Charley & Smokey waiting for a hand out. They are spoiled for sure

Cherokee Charley passed away on this February 6, 2014. He was 32 years old. At least I can say he had a good life. I purchased him when he was just a colt. He was trained as a roping horse and we traveled all over the area to Rodeo's and Jackpots until I retired him at 16 years old but we continued to go on trail rides. He loved going on trail rides.

Charley & Smokey

After a Trail ride.

Two Bulls of a different Breed

These are a couple of my subjects that I like to use as models for my paintings.

Weston Henson

My Son, The Marine in Afganistan


This is my Retired Rodeo Bull that is just a big O'l one ton pet, he likes to throw his weight around a bit to let everyone know he's the boss.

Hi, My name is Kenny L. Henson. I am a Cherokee from Tahlequah Okla, I have been an Artist ever since I could hold a pencil or a brush. I have won numerous awards for my artwork, all over the United States of America. Wildlife, Western, and Southeastern Native American themes are my favorite subjects to paint. I am creating new works of Art every Month. So, keep posted to this web site to see new Creations because my work is all Original but I can only Create one Masterpiece at a time. Let me create a Masterpiece for you.

My company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. My entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.

I would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best Quality and service in the industry.

Master Artist & CEO : Kenny Henson


7 East Hwy 62 PO Box 154

proctor, OK 74457

Totem Pole

Painted this for a Friend of mine in Stilwell Oklahoma

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2nd Place at the 53rd Annual "Trail of Tears"
Art Show & Sale


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