George Curtis Levi is a Cheyenne artist who creates ledger art, acrylic paintings, gouache pantings, digital art, Native fashion and photography. He is a member of the Southern Band of the Cheyenne People. He is also Southern Arapaho and Oglala Lakota. He was raised in the western Oklahoma Communities of El Reno, Concho, and Geary.
George is inspired by the history of the Cheyenne People. He considers the art of the Cheyenne as amongst the most beautiful of all Native American artistic expression, whether it is beadwork, ledger art, or rawhide work. It all tells a story.
George has Participated in SWAIA Indian Market, The NMAI Market in NYC and Washington DC, The Heard Indian Market, Red Earth Indian Market, Prescott Indian Art Market, Haskell Indian Art Market as well as numerous gallery ahows across the US.
George is a Member of the Kitfox Warrior Society of the Cheyenne People and also participates in the traditional culture of the Cheyenne People.