At the age of five Brian's talents were recognized, and he was given tutored lessons. During his teen years he studied at The Art Students League of Manhattan, NY. At this period in his life he was fascinated by The Beatles, painting a series of portraits of "The Fab Four". He attended college at The Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, where he majored in industrial design, creating projects that are still being manufactured, and utilized today. He also studied "The Art of Airbrush" producing a robotic series on different species of marine life. His artwork has been showcased in various libraries, galleries, and in publications. Previous to the 1996 Olympic Games he produced several watercolors depicting the athletes engaged in their events. Many of these were on exhibit during the event in Atlanta. His work has been shown in many other venues, The Guggenheim Museum, The Waldoff Astoria, and The Cast Iron Gallery, being among these. He has received many awards for his work and a member of the USA honor society. Currently he is creating a series of paintings based on his "Springism" style.


USA Honor Society