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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Earth Angel by Bryan Bustard
The Dark Side of Mayberry Oooh Scary by Bryan Bustard
Revolver by Bryan Bustard
Meriam Clayton by Bryan Bustard
Not Scared by Bryan Bustard
Confessional by Bryan Bustard
A Magical Mystery Tour by Bryan Bustard
Eschol Webb by Bryan Bustard
A New Home by Bryan Bustard
Elijah and Isaiah Pray For Us by Bryan Bustard
Radio Flyer by Bryan Bustard
Sail Into Tomorrow by Bryan Bustard
Father Figure by Bryan Bustard
LIla by Bryan Bustard
Golfing Buddies by Bryan Bustard
The Greatest Baseball Player in History Ty Cobb by Bryan Bustard
Love Dead Hate Living by Bryan Bustard
Horizon Records Christmas Redux by Bryan Bustard
The Clock Drive-In Redux by Bryan Bustard
Mike and Jeffs Redux by Bryan Bustard
Middle of the Road AKA Christianna by Bryan Bustard
When I See This Bar by Bryan Bustard
The Inspector by Bryan Bustard
I Wanna Be Sedated by Bryan Bustard
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About Bryan Bustard
I consider myself primarily an illustrator. I never quite fit in with others, so I grew up isolated and found much of my comfort in movies, comic books, music, and books. My artistic influences include fantasy illustrators from the "Brandywine" school of Howard Pyle to the best comic book artists of today. I get my inspiration from such widely diverse sources as the absurd, music, classic movies, myth, pin-up, fantasy literature, and my Catholic sensibilities.
More than willing to do commissions, I am adept at portraiture of people and pets, landscapes, painting buildings and other such standard fare. It is with greater pleasure that I use portraiture or landscape as a jumping off point for creating something more unique for a client according to the client's interests.
I am willing to do nudes of adult females and males. I love the lines. For religious works, the nude should depict either original innocence, souls in torment, or be appropriate to expressing Biblical narratives such as the crucifixion. For non-religious art, it is a case by case basis. It should not depict any direct sexual content and should not be either erotic or pornographic.
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