Rufus Snoddy

Rufus Snoddy

Rufus Snoddy relocated to northern Michigan several years ago from Los Angeles, California. His family moved there from rural East Texas when he was an adolescent. Watching Los Angeles go from street cars and Hollywood bungalows to freeways and gated communities gave impetus to his sensitivity to change and perception of place. Growing up in the inner-city, where there were often over a hundred languages spoken in a given high school, lent sensitivity to his keen interest in texture.

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  • Barney’s Trick by Rufus Snoddy


    Construction, paint, sculpture and pure imagination encapsulate “Barney’s Trick” by Rufus Snoddy.

  • Faint Blue by Rufus Snoddy


    In need of eye candy? Look no further than,”Faint Blue” by Rufus Snoddy.

  • Metal Study by Rufus Snoddy


    Companion to “Three Circles Above,” Rufus Snoddy offers a cool interpretation of color, texture & space with “Metal Study.”

  • Mock Coward by Rufus Snoddy


    Canvas, wood and imagination combine in Rufus Snoddy’s “Mock Coward.”

  • Origin by Rufus Snoddy


    Fabric meets paint for an intricate dance in, “Origin” by Rufus Snoddy.

  • Three Circles Above by Rufus Snoddy


    Rufus Snoddy offers a quiet reflection in this small, but poignant Mixed Media piece.

  • Where I’m From by Rufus Snoddy


    Companion to “Origin,” Rufus Snoddy suggests a glimpse into his soul with “Where I’m From.”