Some 20 or 25 years ago, Brian Tait would probably have been dismissed as a graffiti vandal and skateboard punk. Today, the established artist and family man is much harder to classify. "I've been called a 'Renaissance man,'" he says.
At 43, Tait is a working multimedia artist/artist/craftsman who has mastered numerous complex mediums demanding refined techniques and the use of specialized tools. His works—from traditional wall-mounted and tabletop pieces to furniture and sculpture—can be found in galleries, restaurants, salons, businesses, and private homes locally and beyond. He's created multimedia installations for various exhibitions. He's also a performance artist and musician, blending his talents in unexpected ways.