Recent work by painter, Kelsey Brookes (former scientist). San Diego.
mmm…the 1st one kinda aroused me… am i totally insane? i love the rest…gorgeous details.
his science experience shows!
that’s what i like the most. when I saw, I felt so weird… “so different, impossible-to-relate, these things would never NEVER come out of my head!!!” – it’s obvious that every work is unique and could not come out of my head, cause i’ve been drawing my own drawings… hahaha.
i love the way this work touched me… ^^”
Very nice line and color work. The splashes of subtle color used for the background acts as a nice framework of strong visual imagery.
It is works of “scientific chaos”.
When are we gonna see some Matt Gordon ????????????
beautiful pieces… reminds me of artistic crayon art on the wall, like the kind that kids do (except next level ish, of course)
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