Interview with Frank Buffalo Hyde

I-WITNESS CULTURE. FBH, 2014 acrylic on canvas

I-WITNESS CULTURE. FBH, 2014
acrylic on canvas

"When working on a piece, I tap into the universal mind. The collective unconsciousness of the 21st century. Drawing images from advertisement, movies, television, music and politics. Expressing observation, as well as knowledge through experience.
Overlaping imagery to mimic the way the mind holds information: non linear and without seperation.
I don't need permission to make what I make. Never have...no artist should."
-Frank Buffalo Hyde

Tune in for Epidode 12, interview with Frank Buffalo Hyde, airing July 21, 2014.

"Harper The Farmer" . FBH M/M on canvas

"Harper The Farmer" . FBH
M/M on canvas

Frank Buffalo Hyde traces his heritage to the Nez Perce and Onondaga people, Hyde is recognized for breaking through the boundaries commonly placed around what is considered Native American art. His work confronts stereotyping of culture and informs the viewer that they are participants in the conversation. He is defining himself as a Native American without being a stereotype and dealing with what he calls the "fragmented contemporary life" of a Native U.S. citizen. 

More about Frank Buffalo Hyde and his work on his Website. 

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