Bryan Smith Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Bryan Smith based on themed collections. 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.
Fine Art Photography
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.
Blind River Sunrise by Bryan Smith
Kids will be Kids by Bryan Smith
Serpent River Sunrise by Bryan Smith
Frozen White by Bryan Smith
Field of the Morn by Bryan Smith
The Old Barn by Bryan Smith
Winter Retreat by Bryan Smith
Still Waters by Bryan Smith
Wasaga Reflections by Bryan Smith
Dawn Dreaming by Bryan Smith
Winter's Glow by Bryan Smith
Winter on the Farm in Black and White by Bryan Smith
St Martins by Bryan Smith
Cloud Llamas by Bryan Smith
The Appies by Bryan Smith
Winter's Trail by Bryan Smith
Grapes in Still Life by Bryan Smith
Cool Farm by Bryan Smith
The Watering Hole by Bryan Smith
Georgian Bay Sunset by Bryan Smith
Northern Waters by Bryan Smith
Treescape by Bryan Smith
Sunset Watcher by Bryan Smith
Wagon Wheel Sunset by Bryan Smith
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Bryan Smith has been a photographer for over 30 years. His work has been featured in Popular Photography & Imaging, various books including "City Comforts" by David Sucher and "African Pygmy Hedgehogs, a Perfect Pet". His images of British Columbia are well known in business and tourist brochures, newspapers, news outlets such as CTV News, the Los Angeles Times, maps and magazines as well as many of the larger regional and municipal Websites from British Columbia to Ontario.
In his work he seeks to expose the subtle beauty beneath the scenery, attempting to share with his viewers a sense of being there, experiencing the moment as it was meant to be viewed.
While landscape and wildlife photography has been and remains his passion, he is equally adept with portrait, newspaper and magazine work.
While the range of Mr. Smith's work is broad, there is a unique style to his work that makes it stand out above the everyday crowd. His travels across the continent, from The bayous of Louisiana to the glaciers and mountains of Alaska and the Yukon, have added to his experience, as has his eclectic range of interests.
Bryan is well known for his work with African Pygmy hedgehogs, having written a book on hedgehogs and was featured on the cover of Wall Street Journal in 1996. Other interests include soapstone and wood carving (Bryan is formally trained in both fine and commercial art).