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...many days I spend pouring out my hear

Bryan Robinson is an educator and multifaceted media artist  born, raised and superhero'd in Baltimore Maryland. He has a background in film, 2D animation and Business Marketing.  Robinson has been a visual artist for as long as he could successfully write his own name. He feels the blank canvas is just another portal to which his stories can be told.  Robinson is a self taught artist who operates in "The Random". He compares his work to a mixture of the Mona Lisa and the morning cartoons of the 80's. Robinson is inspired from the works of artist like Emory Douglas, Jean Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring.


Under the motto "Create Everyday", Robinson has over 200 original illustrations (acrylic/oil based paintings), one of the nations largest collections of wearable art Garments based off of his unique characters and an assortment of animated projects in the works. He has partnered with companies such as BET, major fashion brands like VANS and is an award winning creative.  


Robinson currently works with school based programs, universities, youth groups, galleries, art initiatives and community based organizations throughout the states to further The Black Genius Art Show.  In 2021, Robinson opened his first art showroom he labels Genius Guice Studios.  GG is a hybrid gallery space that features a diverse range of media and styles, including painting, sculpture, fashion, photography, and performance art. It is a space for showcasing the work of emerging and established artists of color. The aim is to provide a platform for underrepresented voices to be heard and to celebrate the creativity and ingenuity of black creatives.

Robinson has gained recognition for his commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion in the arts community.  He has been featured in local and national media outlets, and has attracted a growing audience of art enthusiasts and advocates.  


The existence of his brand known as The Black Genius Art Show stems from a connection with People, while the energy, the features and culture are reflected upon an array of artistic mediums.  Each of Robinson’s creations set a simple yet bold appeal to each illustration. The use of BLACK lines mold the narrative of each individual canvas, and the GENIUS of it all is to understand that ART LIVES not just on a gallery wall but it exists in all we do. TBGAS is an experience, it is an exchange, and created for anyone and everyone.

Onsite working with Baltimore Youth

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