DYLAN CAVIN

WYLD GALLERY FEATURED ARTIST

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“ To me as an artist, art is as simple and complex as making a connection to the viewer through my work.  When you can achieve this, it is a special relationship that can go beyond what is on canvas or paper.”

"Original Native American Art"

Ray Donley – Gallery Owner

"Making connections beyond the canvas"

- WYLD Gallery

Featured Artist

DYLAN CAVIN

Dylan's Story

Jeremy Dylan Cavin was born in Chickasha, Oklahoma.  He is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation. He has been drawing ever since he can remember; however, it wasn’t until middle school, when he developed his interest of comic books, that he put a handle on what he would want to do with his life.

Dylan attended the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on an Art Talent scholarship. It was here that he found his passion for painting and figure drawing. In his last year of college, he decided to emphasize in graphic design. Dylan graduated with a BFA in 2000 and has been in the graphic design field ever since.

Dylan enlisted in the army in July of 2006 wanting to get away for awhile, he only served nine months.  He was honorably discharged after breaking his leg.  It was during this off time, after dabbling in other aspects of art such as photography, tattooing (a majority of his tattoos are done by himself), and comic art, that he started doing portraits of friends and pets.  He finally felt that he established an outlet for his artistic expression. “After years of being in the design field, it really felt good making something with my hands that others could connect to, appreciate and in return was self gratifying.”

Dylan has received many honors and awards within the past few years of his increasingly successful art career, including Best of Show at the Choctaw 9th annual Art Show, First place in the Graphics Category at The  2012 Red Earth Festival, and First place in Graphics Category at The 2012 Southeastern Art Show and Market. One of Dylan’s works, “Legacy”, was used for  promotional purposes for The 2013 Red Earth Festival.

His artwork has been shown  in both the NY  and Washington D.C. locations of The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian this past year and he was also  honored to be featured on the cover of Oklahoma Today Magazine’s 2012  “Indian Country” issue.

"Recently featured in the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian"

Featured Paintings

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Robed Chief

Dylan Cavin’s stern Robed Chief won the President’s Award at the 2016 Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City. Dylan’s work has been shown in numerous museums, including both the New York and Washington D.C. locations of the Smithsonian’s National Museum on the American Indian. Dylan also had paintings in the Return from Exile, an exhibit that traveled across the United States.

Blue Buffalo

Dylan Cavin’s blue buffalo rests comfortably under an apocalyptic red sky. Dylan lives in Oklahoma. He is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation. Dylan’s work has been shown in numerous museums, including both the New York and Washington, D.C. locations of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. Dylan also had paintings in Return From Exile, an exhibit that traveled across the United States.

Thoughts of Home

Dylan Cavin’s Thoughts of Home was part of Return from Exile, an exhibit that traveled across the United States. Dylan describes the piece as follows: “Thoughts of Home portrays a solemn, older, Choctaw man. The watermark tree in his head symbolizes Mississippi, the Choctaw homeland. He is reminiscing about his home and the hardships following his peoples’ removal…

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