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Art From The Left and Right Side Of My Brain

Join us for an extraordinary art experience during our next exhibit "Art From The Left and Right Side Of My Brain" by Brad Boug, showcasing a vibrant display of work that delves into both sides of Boug's creative mind.

The exhibit runs from February 16th to March 15th, with the opening reception on February 18th from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM 

Art From The Left and Right Side Of My Brain

Artist Bio |    Brad Boug

I'm a mostly self-taught artist from Byron, (London) Ontario. My art spans a wide range of media, with a focus on abstract styles. You can find my work in many shows and galleries in the Southwestern Ontario area. I've been published in and featured on the covers of numerous local magazines and newspapers. I'm always evolving in my artwork, constantly exploring new styles and ways to create.

Art From The Left And Right Side Of My Brain

This exhibit is kind of like a one-man group show. It showcases the various styles and media I utilize in my creations. I don't know how many times I've had someone ask me which side of my brain I'm using when people see my work. They find it astonishing how I seamlessly transition from abstract to surreal pieces, landscapes, or portraits—all in different styles. Most of the time, I don't even know what I'm going to create when I sit down to do a piece.

I predominantly work from memory, rarely using reference images. I've taught myself these diverse styles, ranging from digital and digitally enhanced art to pen and ink, pencil, pastel, marker, and paint. While I've always admired "weird" artists like Picasso, Dali, and Warhol, I also appreciate the Bob Ross style of art. I want to make different stuff and try not to be a one trick pony. Sometimes it is nice to make a piece that makes a statement, and it is also nice to make art that doesn't have to say anything, but I'm here and enjoy my colours and shape.

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