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I am from a cup of coffee, from Folgers and now Keefe. I am from the small and simple apartment, and the cluttered, hectic, musty bedroom basement. I am from the raspberries growing in our backyard, until our dog shannon destroyed them, silly shepard. I am from me never saying “I Love You,” yet always …
“Regardless of what I’m painting, I really hope the viewer is left with some sort of impact. Be it a prison themed work or free world subject. I attempt to make you see it a little differently, maybe even better than the original.
My favorite styles of work are both impressionism and pop art. Where I love the style of more impressionist art, I find the subject matter boring at times. The pop art genre I like because of the identifiable items, with the simplifying in technique, be it silks screens or brand name objects, and just the plain audacity of the genre. My favorite artist is Edward Hopper, not only because of the use of acrylic, but because of the light and dark play in most of his work, with the illusion of detail also in play.”
Brian is a contributing artist and writer with the Prison Journalism Project. View his art and journalism here.