J Bradley Greer

J Bradley Greer’s often whimsical paintings depict forms resembling those found in nature while also slyly referencing human anatomy. Using thick paint to create surfaces that resemble cake frosting, Greer walks a thin visual line between depicting rich florals and the kinds of human orifices or protrusions found in medical textbooks. Like a first-generation surrealist, Greer enjoys the Rorsachian nature of his practice, believing what viewers see in his work often reveals much about their subconscious desires.


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