Brian Druckenmiller


Brian Druckenmiller is a native to Pennsylvania, but after many years of life changing moves and travel, he has found a new home in the city of Pittsburgh. A place he finds uniquely its own, full of interest, community, and hard working people.

Hoping to educate and inspire others, Brian is finding his niche in teaching, while proudly honoring the title of a fine art painter. Coming from a line of teachers, he is following the footsteps of his father and aunt. However, Brian’s main focus is to become an established artist, fearless and courageous. He knows that to do good work, one must be honest with oneself.

Although mostly self taught as a painter, he appreciates the power in learning from others, exploring ideas both collectively and independently. He is a product of his environment; one which had no mentor, but only an acute imagination to guide him through trials and tribulations. He is willing to teach because he lacked in being taught.

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