Gallery Opening

Studio/Gallery Grand Opening

Posted by Bryan Haynes on November 17, 2017 in Gallery Opening

Please join us on Sunday, November 19th from noon to 5:00PM to enjoy live music, refreshments and New Regionalist art: “The Art of Storytelling” all while over looking the river in historic downtown Washington, Missouri. Find us at 10 West 2nd Street.

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Kansas City Chiefs / Arrowhead Stadium mural

Posted by Bryan Haynes on January 14, 2016 in Gallery Opening

“Missouri Character” 90×60″ is a mural commissioned by the Hunt family, owners of the NFL Kansas City Chiefs to be installed at Arrowhead Stadium. My intention is to suggest the integrity, hard work, and courageous character of my home state through an intimation of its history, our ancestors, and the state’s flora and fauna woven

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PGAV Destinations / Lobby Murals Commission

Posted by Bryan Haynes on December 10, 2015 in Gallery Opening

PGAV is a global professional firm specializing in planning, architecture, design, and destination consulting. Renovating their own lobby, PGAV commissioned two murals to illuminate the firm’s mission statement.  Wanting artwork that could express what a montage of beautiful destination photos could not, I was asked to develop a series of drawing proposals. With two opposing walls

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Niche Restaurant mural installed.

Posted by Bryan Haynes on October 31, 2015 in Gallery Opening

Chef Gerard Craft, winner of the James Beard Award seemed pleased with the new mural recently installed at his Niche Restaurant, considered the finest restaurant in St Louis. “Magnificent Missouri” 144×52″ replaces the fall scene “Behrer Woods”, a mural that previously graced the restaurants wall for two years. Currently a third mural scene is in the

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Osage Burial Site – imagining a scene.

Posted by Bryan Haynes on October 31, 2015 in Gallery Opening

Invited by a landowner to his remote wooded property to visit what he is certain is an Osage burial site, I began to be convinced he is correct: “The mode of burial among the Osages was to place the corpse in a sitting posture on the ground, at most only in a slight excavation, and pile around

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