Bryan Ryley

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Bryan Ryley is a Canadian artist[1][2] and educator based in Vernon, British Columbia. Educated at the University of Victoria and the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, Ryley is currently an Associate Professor[3] of Fine Arts at the University of British Columbia Okanagan.

Throughout his artistic career, Bryan Ryley’s work moves back and forth among three media – painting, drawing, and collage.

Ryley exhibits in both Canada and The United States. His work is found in numerous private and public collections, such as, The Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa; Kelowna Public Art Gallery, Kelowna; Vernon Public Art Gallery; The Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York; Petro Canada Collection; Shell Collection in Calgary, Alberta.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Critics' choice, The Calgary Herald, 5 February 1984, retrieved 2011-02-04 
  2. ^ Ryley takes new tack inlatest exhibition, The Calgary Herald, 11 January 1985, retrieved 2011-02-04 
  3. ^ Publishing, National Register (2008), American Art Directory 2009 (63 ed.), National Register Publishing, ISBN 978-0-87217-755-0