GLB: Please tell us about your work!
Brandon: My work blurs the distinction between figurative, abstract and landscape art. Impatient, intuitive, language oriented, and impressionistic, my recent paintings explore the study of "chiaroscuro," the use of contrasts between light and dark to explore the intense, haunting, and spiritual elements of reality.
GLB: How long have you been painting?
Brandon: I have been painting since 2015, after I dropped out of law school to pursue art.
GLB: Where do you find inspiration?
Brandon: I find inspiration everywhere, through movies, other art, fashion, music, instagram... I am a filmmaker and musician and I feel that all of my mediums reinforce and influence each other.
GLB: Please describe your current work in three words.
Brandon: Universal, Celestial, Emotional
GLB: What is your favorite piece?
Brandon: My favorite piece is always the one I am working on...
GLB: Can you tell us about what you are currently working on?
Brandon: I am currently working on a series called LIGHT PAINTINGS, which are based off of Goya's Black paintings, which were based in "chiaroscuro" or "tenebrism" during the Spanish Inquisition. During his time the church was sentencing witches to death unless they repented for their beliefs. At present our culture may be going through something similar where so many people are afraid to express themselves in fear of offending others and being "canceled" or banished from society for their beliefs. We are living in a very interesting and beautiful age where we are evolving as a species and as celestial beings in the universe.
GLB: Where can we see your paintings?
Brandon: I am having a show at Rhett Baruch Gallery in July.