Marion Roundy Hyde was born in Tremonton, Utah in 1938. Often termed a realistic stylist, he works in paint, woodcut/engraving, and sculpture. He lives in Brigham City, Utah.
Hyde earned his BFA in 1962 and his MFA in 1969 from Utah State University. He was a faculty member of the Utah State University until he retired as associate professor emeritus of printmaking and drawing and past department head.
Nesting (2001), a prismacolor, is an example of his work. Night Muse (1988), a woodcut, and Six and Seven Eighths (A Self-Portrait)(1983), a silkscreen, are part of the Springville Museum of Art's permanent collection. Major commissions of his work include aTriptych mural at Utah State University.
Biography adapted from Artists of Utah.
Marion Roundy Hyde (1938-), is a Brigham City and Logan painter, printmaker, and sculptor (B.S., 1962; M.S.,1969; Utah State University) who has been a member of the U.S.U. art faculty since 1968, where he has also served as an effective Art Department Chair as well. A talented realistic stylist with the brush and in woodcut and wood-engraving works, Hyde has had individual exhibitions at the Kimball Art Center, Plum Tree Gallery, U.S.U., and North Hennepin College in Minnesota, while the group exhibitions this artist has participated in have included national print shows at Trenton State College in News Jersey and also in Connecticut. Major commissions of Hyde's work include the Triptych Mural at U.S.U.
Biography courtesy Artists of Utah
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