Addie Roanhorse is an Osage artist. Both of her parents were successful artists, so she was exposed to art at an early age. Roanhorse obtained a bachelor of fine arts degree from Rogers State University in Clarmore, Oklahoma. She has a passion for mixed media paintings and is also a professional graphic designer. Roanhorse uses her artistic talents to translate aspects of her own indigenous culture into professional graphic design. She is employed by the Osage Nation of Oklahoma as its Senior Graphic Designer, where she continues to expand her portfolio. Roanhorse also worked in the art department and as an actor in the 2022 film Killers of the Flower Moon. Some of Roanhorse’s work can be viewed at the Santa Fe Indian Art Market, Osage Foundation Pendleton Blanket, and the Momentary in Bentonville, Arkansas.