|Iroquois warriors confer with each other as to their next step. Painted for war, they are imposing figures, looking to intimidate, no to camouflage themselves. Combat in the 18th Century was close quarters; even with firearms, the range was 75 yards or less. Frequently it was brutal hand to hand, relying on tomahawk, knives and other weapons of the hand.
When in 9th Grade, Bryant was asked "Do you want
to be an artist when you grow up?". He replied "How old do
you have to be to be an artist?".
Practicing ever since, and attending University of
Maryland to attain a BA in Visual Arts & Graphic Design, Bryant
White is always seeking to find the best medium for his subjects.
In his love of history he has gained insight to the lives of people
of the past...countless hours of reading diaries & accounts gives
inspiration for his works, as well as participating in Living History
programs for over thirty years. "Even in today's mass media, all
events and happenings are not portrayed...I hope to capture that
moment in time, meaningful to one person, or to an entire nation".
He lives and works in Pennsylvania with his wife Pamela Patrick