March 31 – May 14
Opening Friday March 31st
5 – 8pm
Please join us for this Exhibition:
New York Artist Peter A. Bradley is an artist of abstractions in life and color. He visually views through a different lens and applies color to canvas with unyielding power and imagination. Bradley is known to have had a direct effect on the “New New Painters” movement, a group of core artists that developed in 1978 coincident with the invention of acrylic gel paint with chemist Sam Golden. Bradley’s work is held in permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City Museum of Arts, African American Museum (Dallas), to name a few. Bradley grew up with jazz legend Miles Davis, Gil Evans, Thelonious Monk, Jimmy Cobb, Ray Haynes, Curtis Fuller, Ira Jacobson and Allen Foster influencing his art with raw energy.
Artist is Subject of New Book on Color in Modern Art