Lokosh (Joshua D. Hinson) is of Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), Cherokee, and Euro-American ancestry and is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation.
A conversational speaker of the Chickasaw language and an award-winning artist, he holds a master’s degree in Native American Art History from the University of New Mexico and a PhD in Native Language Revitalization from the University of Oklahoma. He makes art on the Chickasaw Nation Reservation, just outside of Ada, Oklahoma.
Hinson, whose Chickasaw name Lokosh translates as “Gourd,” descends from Imatapo (Their Lean-to People) house group and Kowishto' (Panther) clan.
Kowimilhlha' Hattakat Lh_o_fa' Ittafama (Wildcat Man Encounters a Bigfoot)
24" x 24"
Paintings / Drawings / Graphics / Photography