Relatively new to the Burlington art scene, but no stranger to traditional art, Jesse Miles Snyder aims to deliver a fresh take on art in Vermont and goes well beyond Champlain Basin iconography to do it. With a portfolio full of technicolor animals, mildly disturbing anxiety paintings, gleefully fornicating food products, a lot of Jesse’s work walks the lines between gruesome and beautiful, and funny and sexual. He likes to let the viewer decide where his work lands in the end. When he’s not up for blurring the lines of decency, he’s often inclined to simply paint cute or majestic animals, as he finds the subject therapeutic.