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Bryan Warner

Bryan Warner is an artist and educator who lives and works in Southern New Jersey.  His work is influenced by Japanese culture, coloring books, nostalgia, fatherhood, and growing up in a multi-racial family. He has shown his art nationally in NYC, Chicago, Texas, California, Florida, and Philadelphia. 

What does Japanese-American art look like?  In my painting I am inspired by found imagery and found objects that I connect to nostalgia or my childhood.  I combine and arrange these forms to create new relationships and ideas that may seem in between styles, eras, and cultures. 


"Becoming is superior to being."

Paul Klee


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