New Territory Sculptures
The New Territory Sculptures, designed by local artist Cha' Tullis, stand atop a hill on Main Street on the west side of Hominy. These 18-20 feet tall sculptures are made of sheet iron and are adorned with moving parts (feathers that blow in the wind). Designed to view at a distance, the silhouettes of American Indians and their horses feature realistic qualities and make for a unique addition to Hominy's historical area. Tullis' sculptures are illuminated at night for an fantastic view of the silhouettes.
The accompanying plaque describing the work is located at the MKT Train Depot near the red caboose. Owner of an art gallery for over 40 years, Tullis has also created many murals painted on the brick walls in downtown Hominy.