Read more about my passion for art and what I hope others will take away from it in this Voyage Houston interview.
Join me as I paint in the Russell Collection FIne Art Gallery for a live art exhibit. I will be creating in the art gallery on Friday April 5th and Saturday April 6th leading up to the Opening Reception (April 6, 6-8pm).
"Intersectionality" painting from my No Holds Barred collection will be featured at Craighead Green Gallery's Annual Group Show, running from May 12 - June 16, 2018. Come see my painting that demonstrates both artistic movement and tension.
You don’t expect to see important art shows unveiled at this time of year — but this spring has defied expectations. There are so many important exhibits in town right now, you’d think we were in the middle of the fall, long recognized as the high season for art not just in the Mile High City, but everywhere.
Artist melds paper and encaustic to create vivid patterns. Brad Ellis'paintings at LewAllen Contemporary are formal compositions of pattern, mark and process that many visitors will find attractive.
Brad Ellis could draw better than anyone in his Tulsa, Okla., elementary school by the time he was in the third grade. By the time he was in college, he was drawing illustrations and political cartoons for the newspaper. He assumed as he had at 8 that he had a drawing career ahead of him. Still, he persevered in art classes—it couldn't hurt—at the University of Tulsa, a small liberal arts school with a good reputation. Good thing he did.