Samuel Guy is a painter based in Binghamton, NY. His paintings focus on the coming of age narrative and masculinity in America. Through the use art historical references and religious motifs his works critique the “Peter Pan years” of young adulthood.
Samuel is a graduate of Alfred University’s BFA program (2014), where he focused in painting and printmaking.
In 2014 he presented his first solo: “Rites in Communion” at Orazio Salati Gallery, Binghamton NY. He has been shown in various group exhibitions including “Large Works Show” at the Walt Meade Gallery, Roxbury NY, and “Traverse” 171 Gallery, Corning NY. He was recently awarded a residency at Rocky Neck Art Colony in Gloucester, Ma (October 2015).