As a result of his undeniable mastery, for decades celebrated sculptor Doug Hyde has drawn national and international accolades for the stunning works of art he has brought to life from stones and various other materials including bronze, marble, and granite.

Hyde’s work has been added to the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. High-profile placements of his sculpture include the grounds of the world-renowned Heard Museum. In addition, his significant bronze sculpture Tribute to the Navajo Code Talkers has become a Phoenix landmark.

Hyde studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts, where he was immersed in classical sculpture techniques. After returning from Vietnam, he learned to use power drilling and cutting techniques. It was during his childhood, though, that Hyde’s grandfather and tribal elders first captured his imagination through retellings of Nez Perce oral history and legends—words and experiences that have influenced and inspired his work throughout his life. Hyde’s recent commissions include bronzes for Harrah’s Resort in Southern California and stone sculptures for the city of Joseph, Oregon. This past March, Hyde received the Governor’s Award presented to him by Arizona Citizens for the Arts in partnership with the office of the Arizona Governor.

Doug Hyde is represented by the Broadmoor Galleries, Colorado Springs, Colorado; the Berlin Gallery, Phoenix, Arizona; Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Tucson, Arizona; and Nedra Matteucci Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico.