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Brian Floyd, a jack of all trades, has had a lifelong love affair with art and archaeology.  His artwork in on display in a number of public and private collections.


Floyd's paintings are done in a variety of mediums from oils and acrylics to watercolors.  His subjects vary from historical paintings, to portraits and landscapes.  He has studied art since childhood and his influences are Frederic Remington, N.C. Wyeth and Howard Pyle.  Floyd's favorite subjects are landscapes and historical scenes because of his affection for nature and archaeology.


Floyd's primitive tools started from an interest in how these objects were made.  It later became a learning tool for his work in archaeology.  Reproducing these tools teaches about the people who originally created them and the processes used.


His illustrations have been published in the Florida Anthropologist and several archaeological reports.  In addition to public displays, Floyd has numerous pieces in private collections throughout the United States.









I AM NOT a Native American or Native Alaskan, nor do I claim to be.  The items represented on this website ARE NOT made by a Native American and do not represent a specific people/culture.  The items are universal and were used worldwide by almost all ancient peoples.

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This site was last updated January 20, 2014