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Roughnecks
(ca. 1979)

O'Meilia's first big sculpture commission, a bronze version of his painting Making Hole. First casting is in the Mid-Continent Tower in downtown Tulsa.

Medium: Bronze
7' x 5' x 4'

Edition 5
$45,000
Oil Patch Warrior

A tribute to the Oklahoma roughnecks who helped the Allied cause during WWII by drilling for oil in England's Sherwood Forest. Original monument unveiled in May 1991.

Medium: Bronze
7'

Edition 3
$70,000
Frontier Woman

Commissioned by Angela Marvel in memory of her late husband Fred and presented to the City of Tulsa. Located on the grounds of Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum.

Medium: Bronze
6' 8" x 4' x 4' 5"

Edition 5
$70,000
The Protector
(1989)

Tribute to the Tulsa Police Department at the entrance of the Tulsa Police Academy.

Medium: Bronze
6' 5"

Edition 3
$60,000
Indian Ballerina
(1980)

Commemorates the outstanding careers of five internationally acclaimed Indian ballerinas from Oklahoma: Yvonne Chouteau, Rosella Hightower, Moscelyne Larkin, Maria Tallchief, and Marjorie Tallchief.

Medium: Bronze
10' 6"

Edition 3
$80,000
The Last Run
(1980)

A rare cor-ten steel sculpture by the artist that adorns the front of Fire Station No. 4 in downtown Tulsa.

Medium: Cor-ten steel, brazed enamel
9' x 12'

Commissioned
Doodlebugger
(1999)

Commissioned by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists for the organization's international headquarters in Tulsa.

Medium: Bronze
7' x 4' x 7'

Edition 5
$70,000
With My Life, If Need Be
(2005)

Unveiled in 2005 in honor of all Tulsa police officers who have died in the line of duty.

Medium: Bronze
7' 6" x 9' 3"

Edition 4
$80,000
The Winners

Tribute to Oklahoma Hall-of-Fame football coach Angelo Prassa and his 1981 state championship squad at Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa.

Medium: Bronze
6' x 4.5'

Commissioned
Heading Home

Resides in the lobby of the Prosperity Bank branch at 13th and Harvard in Tulsa.

Medium: Bronze
11'6" x 9' x 6'

Edition 5
$100,000
All Boy
(1985)

Created for Children's Medical Center in Tulsa.

Medium: Bronze
4'

Edition 5
$18,500
Master of the Sky

O'Meilia was commissioned to create this sculpture for Tulsa's Shops of Seville shopping center by owner and developer Ray Biery.

Medium: Bronze
12' x 6' x 5.5'

Edition 5
$40,000
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