Bryan Brown is an artist born and raised in New Orleans. Working predominantly in acrylics and charcoal, his art strives to inspire, invoke thoughts, bring awareness, and celebrate the youth and the culture of New Orleans. We sat down with ten questions for Bryan. Get to know him here.
Describe yourself in one word. Hustler
Visual. Personal. Emotional
“By picturing my life in a different form, age, or context, I can expand my identity and ability to connect to the world around me.”
Ten Questions with Tim Rowland
Texture. Femininity. Realism.
‘Cause I’m walkin’ to New Orleans — I’ve got no time for talkin’ — I’ve got to keep a-walkin’ -Fats Domino
“As the son of a dentist and seamstress I feel I was destined to use my hands for crafting works of art.” – Sean Gerald Clark
3D Virtual Tour of the KOLOSSOS Bike Zoo Katrina Brees has been producing Carnival parades since 2004, but her Bike Zoo brings KOLOSSOS (www.kolossos.org) new purpose to the party. The impressive fleet of 20 (and growing) paper mache, tricycle powered animals are a favorite of parade goers. The diverse collection of beautifully crafted animals are… Read more »
Wedding season is upon us, and weekends are filling up with joyous celebrations of love. If you are a lucky bride and groom getting married this year, New Orleans artist, Caitlin Waugh, of Paraph Studio has the perfect way for you to preserve memories of your special day. Caitlin’s newest collection, Moment Enverre, takes the… Read more »