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Shane Bradford

Shane Bradford is a British painter (born 1971) who is particularly known for objects that span painting and sculpture: selected objects are dipped into gloss paint in a process of precise sequences. These dipped objects (often books) are usually appended by his trademark solid drips of thick paint.

Bradford won the Celeste Art Prize (2007) for Moths, from a series of wall installations made with dipped objects attached to darts. Moths featured in England & Co's exhibition Is there anybody out there? (2008). Bradford has exhibited widely in Britain, Europe and the USA. Constructions & mixed media   


Paintings



Green Construction - Details


Green Construction 2009
60 x 48 inches
MDF, gloss, metallic emulsion on paper

O Series #6/Vault - Details


O Series #6/Vault 2009
60 x 48 inches
Household gloss paint, metallic emulsion on paper

O Series #1/Star - Details


O Series #1/Star 2009
60 x 48 inches
Household glass paint, metallic emulsion on paper

Absolute Zero - Details


Absolute Zero 2009
120 x 96 inches
Set of four: gloss, metallic emulsion, wood, MDF, on paper
Ref: SB923