Coast Guard art exhibit on display at museum’s Depot location

Bryan David Snuffer is displaying more than a dozen pieces of his Coast Guard paintings in an exhibit at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum's Depot location, 1 N. Harbor Ave., through Aug. 30. The exhibit is titled "Semper Paratus: An Exhibit of Fine Art Telling the Coast Guard Story.'
Anonymous
Aug 4, 2011

 

Snuffer said he has been painting for 11 years using acrylics. Recently, the Muskegon man has been commissioned to create works for the U.S. Coast Guard Air Station North Bend, Ore.; and Coast Guard Law Enforcement Group Hitron in Jacksonville, Fla. He has also been commissioned to create works for the U.S. Air Force. 

Military art is not Snuffer’s only topic. He also depicts automobiles and motorcycles.

“I am able to support my family doing what I enjoy doing most — painting,” he said.

A reception in Snuffer’s honor will take place Friday from 5-7 p.m. at the Depot location. Visitors will be able to visit with Snuffer, learning more about his artwork and the techniques he utilizes to create military art. Light refreshments will be served. This free program does not require advanced registration. 

For more information, call 842-0700.

 

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