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Brandon Barry Brown

Oil on Linen Canvas

36 x 48 x 1.5 inches



About Brandon Barry Brown
(b. Buffalo, NY)

Brandon Barry Brown is a Buffalo, NY  born, Los Angeles based classically trained oil painter. At the age of 26 after collecting fine Art for many years, Brandon was trained under Master Fine Artist, Guiti Zihagh, who helped to help evolve his Art to a new level. Noticing a lack of Black and Brown people shown or misrepresented in Art, Brandon took it upon himself to break barriers and dedicate his work to highlighting these Beautiful people that look like him.

Brandon’s work serves as a visual exploration of the lived experiences, struggles, and triumphs of black and brown people in America. Rooted in a commitment to representing the diverse narratives within our communities, his art delves into the complexities of race, culture, and freedom, offering a nuanced reflection of our shared humanity. Through Brandon’s practice, he aims to challenge conventional narratives and disrupt the prevailing stereotypes that have long marginalized and misrepresented black and brown voices. Each stroke of his brush, every line and contour, is imbued with intentionality, seeking to reclaim and redefine the imagery of blackness in art. Brandon’s subjects are not merely passive figures but resilient individuals whose presence demands recognition and respect. They embody the spirit of resistance and resilience, confronting systemic oppression with unwavering strength and dignity. In his compositions, he strives to capture the beauty and complexity of black and brown bodies, celebrating their inherent worth and dignity. Whether through portraiture, figurative painting, or mixed media installations, Brandon’s work seeks to amplify the voices of those who have been silenced and marginalized, affirming their right to exist and thrive on their own terms. At the heart of his practice lies a profound belief in the transformative power of art as a tool for social change and healing. Through the act of creation, Brandon invites viewers to engage in critical dialogue, to confront uncomfortable truths, and to envision a more just and equitable future for all. Ultimately, his art is a testament to the resilience, creativity, and enduring spirit of black and brown people in America. It is a celebration of our collective strength, our cultural richness, and our unwavering commitment to freedom and justice for all.

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