Braelyn Snow is an illustrator and fine artist living in Savannah, GA. She grew up on a small, seven-generation family farm in central Ohio, where her parents still raise Scottish Highland cattle as a hobby. Her upbringing taught her to see beauty in quiet moments, in the subtlety of textures, and to appreciate a place for its memories.
Braelyn creates through dialogue with others about truth, beauty, and goodness. This interest manifests itself in her narrative imagery, portraiture, editorial pieces, and the written word. Though there is a place for action and drama in her work, she mainly likes to reflect moments of contemplation or moments of decision. She is drawn to timeless archetypes while seeking to avoid stereotypes. This goal stems from her belief that there is profound, knowable truth to be found in this life, but that each of us is unique in our journey toward it.
In addition to freelancing, Braelyn works for a local sacred art studio, is a visiting art instructor, and serves as the president of SCAD’s Graduate Illustration Club.