Royden Card was born in Cardston, Alberta, Canada in 1952. He is an artist known for his woodcuts and his stylized oil paintings of the desert landscape of southwestern Utah. He lives in Provo, Utah.
Card earned a BFA in painting in 1976, and an MFA in painting and sculpture with a minor in design in 1979 from Brigham Young University. He taught printmaking part-time at BYU for 16 years ending in 1996. He also taught intermittently at the University of Utah and Utah Valley State College.
Card’s work was featured at the 1991 Springville Museum of Art’s Spring Salon. It was also exhibited Kimball Art Center’s Utah Painting in 1994. The Smithsonian Institution Library, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, and the Brigham Young University Museum Collection have his works as part of their permanent collections.