More ideas from Brandon
"Handicap"

"Handicap"

"New Sheriff"

"New Sheriff"

"Tequila Hangover"

"Tequila Hangover"

Drifter from 100 years ago by Peter Doig. What I am fascinated by this piece is by its subtle change in tints and shades. He also has a good sense in lighting. In his other pieces he shows off more color.

Drifter from 100 years ago by Peter Doig. What I am fascinated by this piece is by its subtle change in tints and shades. He also has a good sense in lighting.

Portrait of a Young Man by Zeng Fanzhi. I may not agree with Zeng's "character" pieces but it is pieces like this that draw me to his work. What I like about this is his strokes, and how it looks cleaner from a distance. I also like how over the portrait he decided to have a little fun and layer it with paint.

Portrait of a Young Man by Zeng Fanzhi. I may not agree with Zeng's "character" pieces but it is pieces like this that draw me to his work. What I like about this is his strokes, and how it looks cleaner from a distance. I also like how over the portrait he decided to have a little fun and layer it with paint.

a.w.o.l. in the middle leased by William T. Wiley. What I can relate with Wiley how we both make a bigger image from smaller pieces. We both share the sense of putting subtle images within the work. We also share fascination with facial features such as mouths, and eyes.

William Wiley, also friend of family, Ernie Moll and was influence and inspiration for my own work.

La caccia di Diana by Domenichino. What draws me to his work is that he has interesting environments. I enjoy how his background fades away as it goes farther away. The image also has a lot of action going on as well, something I want to produce in my work.

La caccia di Diana by Domenichino. What draws me to his work is that he has interesting environments. I enjoy how his background fades away as it goes farther away. The image also has a lot of action going on as well, something I want to produce in my work.