Mr. Brett Greiman

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Bio

Brett Greiman, a graduate of the York Academy of Arts, has been working in his art services business since 1998 after working two decades in the pre-press industry.

In the pre-press industry, he first worked in page layout and then moved into Illustration. This background of a strong knowledge of what's needed for print combined with talent and experience in the Adobe programs is a rare and valuable commodity in today's digital world!

 

Brett was a part time instructor at Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts instructing a wide variety of subjects such as drawing, color theory, illustration, rendering, three levels of graphic design instruction as well as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Brett now often teaches classes at the York Art Association specializing in acrylic painting.

 

Recently, Brett held the position of Production Coordinator for Olivia's House Children's Grief and Loss Center. His responsibilities included design and creation of newsletters, posters, invitations, the annual report, greeting cards, employee handbook, special event logos, and support materials. As Production Coordinator, he was responsible for seeing that all materials for print were in press-ready formats before sending to the print company and that graphics for the web were in correct formats and color modes.
    
Brett’s work hasn’t gone without recognition! In 2004, Kimberly Camp, Yorkfest juror and CEO of the Barnes Foundation, the world's largest private collection of Impressionist art, chose his painting “Tornado Warning” for the Best of Show award. That painting was featured two years later on billboards and t-shirts when Brett was the featured artist for 2006 Yorkest.

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