Brandon’s work is saturated in modern pop culture with bold, bright colors and contrast. His work is all about staging compelling contrasts and juxtapositions of collage. The life and death balance is something that flows through each piece as well as blurred line between the beautiful and the monstrous. He exposes just how thin the line between the two can be. He, as always, intends to challenge the viewers perspective with his stylistic interruptions.
Join us 5-8pm on Thursday and Saturday for opening Receptions for his new show entitled “Hi, my name is Brandon Gastinell.”
Looking forward to seeing you there.
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