ABOUT THE ARTIST
Bryan lives in Saugerties, NY and first began painting when he set up an easel next to his aunt at the age of four. Since then, Bryan has been a visual artist and his varied careers include being an art teacher, filmmaker, a partner of a fine craft gallery, a jewelry designer/goldsmith, and a photographer (since 1983). Retinitis pigmentosa has gradually narrowed his visual field, reduced color perception, caused night blindness, and slowed down adapting to bright and dim light. Bryan?s pictures continue to re-examine and reorganize his photographic life through photo assemblages that question a comfortable reality. He says ?I became a better photographer after I learned that I was losing my eyesight? -Bryan?s work has been in exhibitions at The Smithsonian Institute, the Kennedy Center, Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital and numerous other museums and galleries.
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