Bradley Butler's latest series entitled "The Future Consequences of
Neglect" was just shown at Rochester Contemporary Arts Center in the
LAB Space and recieved a positive review from City Newspaper (link:
The concepts involved in this ongoing body of work are rapid
evolution, climate change, and continent shifts; they are represented
in two forms. Part One: Portraits of an evolved species combining
human beings, other mammals, and sea creatures. Part Two: Abstracted
views of the changes in the earth's physical properties. Also on
display at Tap and Mallet is another series of paintings called "My
Subconscious Realm is a Fantasy World" which maps the subconscious
thought of the artist over a period of time. There are also two other
paintings on display called "A Forest" and "Cows Don't Go To Hell"
which are not part of a series. Butler thinks of each painting as an
experiment, working in this manner allows for the discovery of new
techniques and approaches to solving the problem.
All pieces are priced at $250 each.
Contact Bradley through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.bradleybutler.net