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1156 Circles


MEDIUM

Acrylic Paint, Oil Pastel on Canvas

DIMENSIONS (H x W)

68 x 68 in
173 x 173 cm

ARTWORK LOCATION

Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)

US$ 4,200

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The artworks of California artist Brandon Neher oscillate between German Expressionism and Pop Abstraction. Inspired by his upbringing along the picturesque coastline of California, Neher's work is filled with layered references to his upbringing.

This large scale 68 inch square abstract original artwork is wired and ready to hang. The sides of the artwork are painted and it does not require framing. It is signed and titled by the artist on the back of the painting. Free local Los Angeles area delivery and free professional installation in the local Los Angeles area is included, including placement and hardware. An additional charge applies for installation on hard to reach walls. Affordable Continental U.S. and worldwide shipping is available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included.

Brandon Neher was born in Burbank, California, in 1983 to young working professionals and continues to live in the Los Angeles area. He was educated at Brooks Institute of Photography for 3 years. Neher began creating art professionally when he was 21 and has completed works of art across mediums as diverse as 16mm film, watercolor, oil, sculpture, charcoal, photography, mixed media collage and print transfers.

“While I am inspired by many other artists’ work, I am particularly drawn to German expressionist painters. I admire their ability to convey a narrative on canvas. I have always enjoyed making marks on things for as long as I can remember, which has translated into a love of imagery that captures and conveys a feeling which is fleeting, beautiful, and unique to all people. I always consider my images carefully before painting them, and layer color in a way that hopefully reminds the eye of things previously seen but casts them in a new light. “

With exhibitions and collectors across the United States, Brandon Neher continues to be inspired by the vibrant life and landscapes of Southern California.


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Brandon Neher

Brandon Neher was born in Burbank, CA, in 1983 and was raised in the San Gabriel valley. He was educated at Brooks Institute of Photography for 3 years. He discovered a great deal of his personal style while working and studying in Ventura, CA.

Neher has always had an eye for bold patterns and surreal abstractions. Visual landscapes of the picturesque central California coastline dominate a most of the imagery found in his collage-style paintings, along with popular cartoon characters and geometric patterns.

He has completed works of art across mediums as diverse as 16mm film, watercolor, oil, sculpture, charcoal, photography, mixed media collage and print transfers. He now lives and works in the Los Angeles area, and continues to be inspired by the vibrant lives and landscapes here.

The artist says of his paintings, “While I am inspired by many other artists’ work, I am particularly drawn to German expressionist painters. I admire their ability to convey a narrative on canvas. I have always enjoyed making marks on things for as long as I can remember, which has translated into a love of imagery that captures and conveys a feeling which is fleeting, beautiful, and unique to all people. I always aim for considering my images carefully before painting them, and layering color in a way that hopefully reminds the eye of things previously seen but casts them in a new light.”


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