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Paladine Roye

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Paladine Roye (1946–2001) was an award-winning Native American painter. Background Paladine H. Roye was born December 8, 1946, in White Eagle, Oklahoma. He was a full blood, enrolled member of the Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma. His Ponca name was Pon-Cee-Cee, which means "watch out for this one." He graduated from high school and served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War era. Artwork He became a full-time painter in 1979, working in acrylic, watercolor, gouache, and prints. Paladine Roye often collaborated with his brother, Burgess Roye. Honors In 1982, to celebrate 75 years of Oklahoma statehood, the Garfield County Historical Society and the Museum of the Cherokee Strip held Indian Week. They featured art by Paladine and Burgess Roye, and their mother, Doris Roye. In 1996, the pair painted large murals on the Garfield County, Oklahoma courthouse in order to pay off fines for a DUI. Roye's work has been featured in the followi
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