Bryon Archuleta is a Tewa American Artist from the Rio Grande Pueblos of Ohkay Owingeh and Santa Clara in North Central New Mexico. He is a 1996 graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts (Institute) where he majored in 2-D Design. At the Institute, Archuleta studied creative writing, silversmithing and painting, which is the medium he has chosen to express his ideas and visions with.
Since graduating from the Institute, Bryon Archuleta was gainfully employed as a Museum Curator Assistant, a Medical Records Clerk, a Florist and Shipping and Receiving Manager. After years of employment in the public and private sector, Archuleta has refocused his energies on the arts, with paintings in Pojoaque Pueblo’s Poeh Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe, NM. As well as various private collections.
http://youtu.be/d4vidhleWVY Brians intro