Brian St Cyr started drawing at a very young age. It wasn't until graduating from Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Boston, MA) in 1992 that he began pursuing his talents full time. After graduating, St. Cyr road-tripped cross-country and set up his home and studio in New Orleans, LA.
Splitting time between the "Big Apple" and the "Big Easy," he free-lanced as an art installer at the Guggenheim Museum (New York, NY) while simultaneously working at his studio in New Orleans. Bearing the fruits of the best of both worlds, St. Cyr's work reflects the influence of such seemingly disparate entities as Piet Mondrian, uninhabited rural rabbit hutches, and children's book illustrations. Brian currently lives below his studio in New Orleans with his wife Bekah and their family of pets.