Bryan Briscoe

Bryan Briscoe
Saranac, NY
Collage, Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting, Printmaking, Media Arts
English
After School Program, Assisted Living, College/University, Arts/Cultural Organizations, Community Center
Membership: Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County, Burlington City Arts and North Country Cultural Center for the Arts (presently Strand Center for the Arts)

September 14-24, 2013 Community Class Art Show, "Relating to Food" Rota Gallery and Art Space, Plattsburgh NY 2012-Present Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County Ongoing Instructor/Class Member Shows, Main Floor Gallery 2011-Present Conroy's Organics, Chazy NY Giclée Fine Art Limited Prints & Art Products in the Wine Room Gallery and Retail Space 2010-2011 Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County Fall and Spring Watercolor Painting Class demonstrations highlighted in the Community Section of the Press-Republican (Hometown Newspaper of Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties) 2010 Group Art Show, presented by Friends of the Library Foundation Plattsburgh Library in the Hale Walter Gallery Plattsburgh NY January 2010 Lake Placid Center for the Arts, Lake Placid NY Art Juror: “Farm Scapes” (one of two selected art jurors) April 2009 Mountain Lake PBS Annual Juried Art Auction Fine Artist, Saranac, NY “Artist Inspiration No. 8”, original watercolor, selected and sold in the Mountain Lake PBS Live Televised Arts Auction, Plattsburgh NY

Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County 2012-Present Watercolor Instructor; Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County 2010-2012 Watercolor and Acrylic Painting Instructor; Samuel F. Villas Home 2008-2013 Watercolor Instructor; The Center for Community and Workforce Development (formerly Office of Continuing Education), Plattsburgh NY Spring/Fall Semester 2012 Watercolor Instructor; Clinton Community College,Plattsburgh NY Fall Semester 2011 Watercolor Course Instructor
Art Statement, December 9, 2015 As a community art instructor and fine artist with long-term watercolor and mixed media experience, I enjoy sharing my art skills and education with adult and senior adult communities. I have great respect for their wisdom and knowledge and I sincerely enjoy having individual and class conversations. I have grown as a community art teacher through the service of working with older adults. (Challenging group and individual feedback about my instruction delivery has proved to refine my written and verbal communication skills. I think this sentence is unnecessary.) I believe art making has to include the process of peer knowledge sharing, group conversation and critical discussion. Team-building skills can also produce profound tools for creating art that visually connects he work with communities. -Bryan Briscoe, artist and community art instructor