Collection: Brandon Snow

25 products
Acceptance - Paper
Acceptance - Paper
Acceptance - Paper
Price
$75$95
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Crashing In
Crashing In
Crashing In
Price
$3,200
Denial
Denial
Denial
Price
$1,750
Denial - Paper
Denial - Paper
Price
$75
Embrace
Embrace
Price
$75
Ethereal Rose
Ethereal Rose
Ethereal Rose
Price
$1,900
Existential
Existential
Existential
Price
$1,900
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Existential - Paper
Existential - Paper
Price
$125
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Existential Grande
Existential Grande
Existential Grande
Price
$4,400
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Hope
Hope
Hope
Price
$75
I'll Take the Stairs
I'll Take the Stairs
I'll Take the Stairs
Price
$2,200
Inevitable
Inevitable
Price
$75
Influence OM 1/5
Influence OM 1/5
Price
$150
Letting Go - 22/25
Letting Go - 22/25
Price
$60
Letting Go - 25/25
Letting Go - 25/25
Price
$60
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LGBTQ March for Equal Rights
LGBTQ March for Equal Rights
Price
$75
Matchbook
Matchbook
Price
$1,400
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Matchbook #5
Matchbook #5
Price
$125
One in the Same
One in the Same
Price
$75
Remnants of Light XII
Remnants of Light XII
Remnants of Light XII
Price
$2,800
The Flower
The Flower
Price
$60
Things Not Remembered
Things Not Remembered
Price
$60
Thoughts And Prayers - 12/50
Thoughts And Prayers - 12/50
Price
$85
True Power
True Power
True Power
Price
$95
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Youth - 19/25
Youth - 19/25
Price
$60

 


BIO


Brandon Snow (born 1990), equal parts printmaker and photographer, is a self-taught Austin based artist. Out of a desire to infuse his work with a new type of energy and excitement, Brandon began merging lo-fi film photography and silk screen printing. When Snow discovered that he could print his photographs using large format silk screens, he immediately began the tedious process of teaching himself through trial and error. This silk screen method also allows room for unique and unplanned characteristics to develop in each piece during its creation.

Much of Snow's work features photographs of still life and ready made sculptures put together by Snow himself. Along with abstraction, photojournalism, and most simply the natural world,  Snow's work continuously explores contrasting themes including one’s mortality, the relationship of life and death, the good with the bad. Snow found immediate success and support both showing and selling this work through galleries as well as national museums including the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art. Today, Snow's work can be found in many private collections all around the world as he continues to show and sell his photographs and original silk screen canvas prints, both independently and through gallery representation.