Ryan Bubnis

When It’s Dark Enough You Can See The Stars, 10 x 10 in

Confrontation, 8×10 in.

Power Portrait, 16×20 in.

I Want To Know. I Want To Grow. I Want To See Where I’m At, 18×24 in

Skinned, 18×24 in.

Grief, 17 x 25 in.

So Many Hours Of My Life #3, 29×40 in.

About the artist

Ryan Bubnis’ clean yet chaotic style has been described as “urban folk.” Through his paintings, installations and design work, he comments on themes relating to the human condition. Vibrant, abstracted shapes and faces radiate joy and optimism while they float in and out of rich, multi-layered realms.

Working intuitively he incorporates a range of mediums that include found objects, paper, wood, canvas, spray paint, acrylics, cel vinyl, sandpaper, pencil and India ink. He draws inspiration from life, graffiti, Saturday morning cartoons and outsider art from a variety of cultures.

Ryan Bubnis’ Website

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