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."