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Desert Artist Bernard Hoyes Draws Upon Jamaican Culture

By Faith Ihem, Special to The Desert Sun


For over four decades Jamaican-born visual artist Bernard Hoyes has captured powerful imagery of the masses and Afro-Caribbean ancestral spirituality. Best known for his “Revival” series, Hoyes recalls his Jamaican roots through rhythmic movement, vivid colors, and spiritual forwardness....

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Bernard Hoyes of Desert Hot Springs (Photo: Submitted)



BERNARD STANLEY
HOYES '70


2011 Sabin Award honoree Bernard
Stanley Hoyes '70, shares memories
of the "Summer of 1968" in Saxtons
River, his time at Vermont Academy,
and art as a Collaborative tool.

Vermont Academy Life Winter 2013






Interview With
Jamaican Artist
Bernard Stanley Hoyes



By Xavier Murphy                                      Monday September 24, 2007

This month we interview Jamaican Artist, Bernard Stanley Hoyes. He started his professional career at the early age of nine in Kingston. He moved to the US at age fifteen where he continued his art education. His work has been featured in many exhibits and magazines over the world. Some call him the “spiritual color master” for the mixture of color and religion that is evident in his work.

 Guardians of Rag Culture (right), a  monoprint from the Rag Series©.


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Rhythms on canvas

Bernard Stanley Hoyes on his new exhibition

Sunday, May 21, 2006
Copyright© 2000-2001
Jamaica Observer




Jamaican Sources and African American Visions: The Art of Bernard Hoyes

By Paul Von Blum, J.D.
Lecturer UCLA

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Soul Revival
by Kellie Magnus
 in 
MACO
Caribbean Living

Volume 4 Issue 2


Press Release 

OCTOBER 2002

BERNARD STANLEY HOYES …. 
HIS ART SPEAKS TO US

by
MAKEDA SMITH

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PUBLIC RELATIONS



Promoting the Spirit of African Visual Art:
Afrikan Business & Cultural Quarterly (UK)
Vol. 2 NO. 16 2001
Afrikan Business & Culture Mag Cover - Bernard Hoyes

Palm Springs Desert Museum 
Museum celebrates Black history
How to Rag Demo

Focusing on Magic of Mundane By Reed Johnson, 
L.A. Life Weekend, August 15, 1997

From Mystery to Mysticism
Exhibit pairs photos, paintings. The results are entrancing.
BY JOSEF WOODARD
SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
August 14, 1997
LA Times
Calendar Weekend
SIGHTS

Hoyes Art Show By Estella Holeman
The L.A Watts Times
August 7, 1997, Page 21
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