The Art of Brandi Milne
A preview of the painter's June 14, 2014 gallery show.
I met the delightful Brandi Milne at a Baby Tattooville event a couple of years ago. I ran into her again at an amazing magic/performance weekend called Beyond Brookledge (look at the neat lanyard pass she designed for the event) and she told me about her upcoming art show in LA, which will be produced by Corey Helford Gallery. Here are the details, and some samples of her cool work. I hope to see you there!
Here Inside My Broken Heart
10000 Culver Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
(Building sign reads "Livingreen")
Broken - 12"x14"h 2014 acrylic on wood
Here Inside My Broken Heart - 60"x42"h 2014 acrylic on wood
I Never Dreamed Of Such A Place - 32"x22"h 2014 acrylic on wood
Long After This - 14"x17"h 2014 acrylic on wood
So That My Eyes Might See - 14"x17"h 2014 acrylic on wood
Who I Once Was - 36"x28"h 2014 acrylic on wood
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