Bryan Snyder's Details
About Bryan Snyder
Before a painter, an illustrator and a graphic designer, Snyder is a conceptual artist. He uses a wide variety of media including traditional art, digital art and instillation to transfer his ideas to the public in both gallery and outside urban environments. Snyder's drip paintings are directly influenced by Jackson Pollock's drip technique, Banksy's stencils , Van Gogh's palette and texture, Cezanne's meticulous attention to composition and Warhol's iconography. He calls these drip paintings a "painting paradox" where abstract, gestural and spontaneous splatters are combined with the precise, constrained and premeditated use of stencils onto one harmonious composition. Snyder's preferred place to express his ideas are in the streets where for over 10 years he has implemented street installations, murals and community projects as a way to advocate the positive effects of public art within a community.