Details:

Hovering over a placid seascape, the impasto forms in this painting appear to float in an intricate pattern. While these forms mostly resemble vegetal shapes found in nature, many also subtly reference human anatomy.
Unframed
Signed

① Artwork:

Untitled-041621

Hovering over a placid seascape, the impasto forms in this painting appear to float in an intricate pattern. While these forms mostly resemble vegetal shapes found in nature, many also subtly reference human anatomy.

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 illustrating 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.

Specs:

20 inches
24 inches

③ Artist:

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.

J Bradley Greer:
Untitled-041621, 2021
Oil on panel
24.0 × 20.0 inches /