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Roy Boney Jr.

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Roy Boney Jr. (ᎧᏂᎦ ᎪᎳᎭ, b. Dec, 1st, 1978) is a Cherokee comic artist, fine artist, computer animator and language preservationist from Locust Grove, Oklahoma, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and a hereditary member of the Deer Clan. Background Roy Boney Jr. grew up speaking the Cherokee language. He studied at Oklahoma State University, earning a BFA in Graphic Design. He received his Master of Arts degree at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where he was a member of the Sequoyah Research Center team and received the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Fellowship. Cherokee language Boney works as the manager of the Cherokee Nation language program, and previously was as a language media specialist for the Cherokee Nation. Visual arts With Matthew Shepherd, Boney created the graphic novel series, Dead Eyes Open, published by Slave Labor Graphics. From a comic background, Boney ventured into fine art drawing and painting. His fine art debut in 2006 y
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