Hudson Valley artist Ryan Cronin made his entrance into the world, almost iconically, on a
hot June night 1972: in the front seat of a ‘60s Plymouth Station Wagon. His daring arrival
set the tone for his entire life. From a young age, Cronin’s father instilled in him the belief:
You can be a garbageman. You can be the President.
And so Cronin chose to be an artist, and he has filled two decades-worth of boards,
suitcases, walls, and more with Rust-Oleum paint, the staple ingredient in his original and
bold works of art.