Painting - Buffalo Burger Phase #5 - Frank Buffalo Hyde

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Frank Buffalo Hyde (born 1974) is an Onondaga artist that grew up in New York on his mother's Onondaga reservation. He began exhibiting his artwork at 18 years old as a hobby. He began taking his artwork career more seriously when he attended the Institute of American Indian Arts. His artwork has been described as humorous and featuring vibrant colors and unusual subjects, most commonly buffaloes and hamburgers. His way of creating his artwork is to combine numerous aspects of modern culture with the internet and technology and combine it with Native American ideas. Hyde has stated that the intention of his artwork is to highlight the social and political problems today’s society. In addition, issues in today's society and in the lives of Native Americans is what drives him to continue with his career. His goal for his artwork is to change the way people perceive Native American artwork and abolish any stereotypes that follow Native American artwork. He hopes to teach aspiring Native American artists to make the artwork that they want to make and not worry about their artwork being "Indian enough" or "Native enough".

 

12"x12" Acrylic on Canvas 2018

 

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Buffalo Burger Phase #5

12x12 inch

Acrylic on canvas

2018 

Signed by Artist

Frank Buffalo Hyde was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico, without an arm and a leg due to a birth defect from his father being exposed Agent Orange in Vietnam. During his early life he grew up on his mother's Onondaga reservation and Hyde returned to Santa Fe to attend the Santa Fe Fine Arts Institute and the Institute of American Indian Arts. Growing up, he idolized artists Fritz Scholder and T.C. Cannon for their humorous ways of poking fun at the myths of American Indians.

Hyde's father, Doug Hyde, is a sculptor designated as a tribal artisan by the Nez Perce Tribe and whose artwork featured at the Smithsonian Museum. As a child Frank Hyde would often try to assist his father with the making of his sculptures until he was scared off from a couple close incidents with a saw. Hyde soon declined an art scholarship to Pratt Institute to "chase stardom in a rock band". After six months, Hyde grew out of the hopes to become a musician and decided he wanted to go to school. He enrolled into the Institute of American Indian Arts where he was not able to register for any studio classes, so he decided to enroll for writing instead. Gradually, Hyde's interest in painting grew and eventually decided that he wanted to focus more on two-dimensional painting than writing

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