Known for native American figures, Doug Hyde casts bronze sculpture
from original stone work but prefers to do originals from stone because
he loves the resistance of the medium.
He has been a long-time
resident of Santa Fe, New Mexico, but was born in Hermiston, Oregon
into the Nez Perce tribe. He attended the San Francisco Art
Institute, and the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe where
he was one of the first students of Allan Houser, the highly successful
Hyde then served in the Army for two tours of
Vietnam, and was seriously wounded in a Saigon grenade attack. In
the early 1970s, he returned to Santa Fe to succeed Houser in directing
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