Born 1947, Chicago, Illinois, Education: Undergraduate, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, Amonson College, Chicago, Mayfair College, Chicago, Art Institute, Chicago, Northwood Institute, Midland, Michigan
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Michael Elliot Bryan Biography
Artist Art Brokerage: Michael Elliot Bryan American Artist: b. 1947. Michael Elliot Bryan was born in 1947, in Chicago, Illinois. He studied at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, and Amonson College, Chicago, as well as Mayfair College and the Art Institute of Chicago.
He later worked at the Northwood Institute and graduate school at Elgin College, Elgin, Illinois. After U.S. Army service in 1969-71 in Special Services, he continued to develop his art, showing in innumerable collections and prominent museums, including the Kentucky Derby Museum, Kentucky, and the BMW Museum, Munich, Germany.
He has been the Official Artist of many events, including the Newport Beach Film Festival, the Atlanta Jazz Festival, and the Los Angeles Marathon. We are no longer acccepting print listings for this artist. Original paintings only.
Michael Bryan New Edition
The “Lucky Lady”
Michael Bryan talks about his art and creating magnificent flying machines (painting of planes) out aluminum that make you believe they can fly as well as the exciting process of recreating a new edition using an old press and old master techniques.
This imagery of a WWII B25 Bomber, it’s not about aviation art, it’s about power, on a bomb run, a beautiful girl that says right up front what it is, “she is the Lucky Lady.”
Michael Bryan says, “The question is how do I communicate this particular piece, this particular type of art, and this particular medium on to a different one?” A different softer hand made paper and handmade plates.
Watch the video to learn more as Michael works with Rue Royal and the process.
by Michael Bryan
Edition Size: 200, Signed and numbered
Hand pulled lithograph
Gallery Retail: $2,800.00