Though life is full, it is also short. Finding time for creativity keeps me happy.
Whether I’m painting a portrait, creating a mixed media piece, or taking a photograph, I really enjoy the creative process. I don’t like to stay too long in one vein. My work changes like my moods, much like the music I listen to. Some days it’s classical, others it is alternative... Squirrel!! Life is full, so when I find something that inspires me (like discovering a unique stick or a cool bug to photograph) I jump into action, and stay with it until I’m ready to move to my next window of inspiration.
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), 1997, Oklahoma City University. Bryan has exhibited in many locations around the U.S. and has Fine Artwork in private collections around the world. He has taught art lessons for many years at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, various Metro Libraries across the state of Oklahoma, and at the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center.
Since the year 2000, Bryan has been a Graphic Designer for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). He was chosen to design the Airmen Certificate (Pilot’s License), and Air Traffic Control Tower Operator license, which are still in use today. He has won many awards for his artistry and for safety related contributions to the agency.