Bryan Crow is a mixed media artist who works in diverse media, including painting, drawing, printmaking, animation, and sculpture. His sculptural work is often created from found objects, steel, wire, and his 2-dimensional practice often incorporates recycled imagery. By utilizing varied approaches, he creates artwork that addresses urban contemporary issues.  His approach is intimately philosophical, yet playful – exemplified by production that ranges from massive sculptures and paintings to post-it note sized illustrations.


Crow has taught drawing, painting and sculpture courses at a range of institutions and centers in Tucson, including the Drawing Studio, Khalsa Montessori School. He has worked at the Sierra Tucson Treatment Center as an art group counselor, and currently employed at In Balance Transitional Living working with teenage boys. 


His artwork has been shown in galleries throughout the United States and at the MOCA Tucson and the Tucson Museum of Art.  He has illustrated covers for the Tucson Weekly Magazine and has been featured on the PBS cultural program, Arizona Illustrated.  Crow has received several prestigious grants and scholarships, and participated in artist in residency programs around the United States.