Brian grew up in Chicago, Il. Largely self-taught, he began working primarily with black & white silver-gelatin prints and hand-colored prints. More recently he transitioned to working with digital equipment producing pigment ink prints. His work has been exhibited nationally in juried exhibitions and he has received many awards. His work is held in numerous private collections. Recently his work was included in the Photographer's Forum Annual Best of Photography.

Current works focus on Mid-20th Century Americana, Rusty Relics and Roadside Attractions.

"Traveling back roads I've found a wealth of subject matter from the time when the national interstate highway programs of the '60's were in their infancy.  These images evoke emotional connections, nostalgic memories and shared experiences for many generations."


Gallery Representation:

Southwest Indian Traders, Park City, UT.

http:/​/​www.​historicparkcityutah.​com/​southwest-​indian-​traders

Range Café, Bernalillo, NM

Xanadu Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

http:/​/​www.​xanadugallery.​com/​Art/​ArtistGallery.​asp?ArtistID=685

 

Handmade at Amazon

http://www.amazon.com/handmade/Blue-Highways?ref=hnd_dp_smp


S. Brian's Favorite Sites:

Art Show Reviews, reviews of the best art fairs and craft shows, by artists for artists.

http://www.ArtShowReviews.com

Berkun's Blog Page

http://www.artfairinsiders.com/profiles/blog/list?user=2h0mvg5ico7sk

YouTube Video Interview

http:/​/​www.​youtube.​com/​watch?v=DaQWSw-​6rjQ