Pro Arts Co-President, Bryant Small!
JCAC Awards Ceremony:
Wednesday, December 14th
White Eagle Hall in Jersey City
Bryant Small is an award winning artist and curator who lives in Jersey City and balances an Advertising Technology and Media career in New York City. Bryant serves as an adjunct professor in St. Elizabeth’s University’s (Morristown, NJ) Art Department Faculty. Bryant is also Co-President of Pro Arts Jersey City, an organization that represents the professional artist community, locally and abroad. In addition, Bryant serves as a mentor and “art family” to many artists throughout the country.
Bryant has been an Independent Curator for numerous galleries and Art event spaces throughout the New York, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. areas. For several seasons, Bryant served as guest curator for Bridge Art Gallery’s premier annual exhibition “Expressive Creative Soul,” exclusively featuring BIPOC artists from around the country.
As an artist, Bryant has a love of culture, color and all things sparkling. In his art, he loves to toe the line of free abstraction with vibrant color blending and pushing beyond pretty. His Alcohol Ink pieces are free flowing, unpredictable, and levitate from the page.
Recognized as a Conception Arts Global Art Collective 2020 and 2017 Award For Excellence Winner, and selected as one of International Art Market Magazine’s Gold List of Top Emerging Contemporary Artists, Bryant has shown his work in several collective and individual shows throughout the U.S. and has pieces that are part of Private Collections around the Globe. He lives by the words: “Broken Crayons Still Color… and a little glitter and sparkle NEVER hurt anybody!” Bryant is constantly creating and being inspired and sharing his work daily on Instagram.
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