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Lauren In Transit - Hand-Painted Multiple 05

Run #01688b05
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TYPE:Hand-Painted Mixed Media Multiples With 3-Color Screen Print On 335gsm Coventry Rag Fine Art Paper
SIZE:20 x 26 Inches
This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Brandon Boyd and 1xRUN.
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About The Artist

Due to sizing, this RUN does not come with a framing option.

NOTE: This RUN comes uniquely hand-painted by Brandon Boyd and is pulled from its respective edition of 11.

"I think that when I painted her here, my friend in this rendering was showing me how many people live inside of us at any given moment. So in this capture, I was lucky enough to see two variations on her expression. One above and one below. We are held to one version of ourselves throughout the day and/or our lives, but the longer I'm here the more I understand that there is a family of potential living inside of me at any given moment. I suppose what an observer sees depends on what angle he or she is peering in from." - Brandon Boyd


ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Brandon Boyd’s work as a singer, songwriter, both as a solo artist and with his platinum-selling rock band, is well documented and universally acclaimed. But now his other life’s work -- that of a painter -- has been garnering increasing attention and devoted audiences of its own.

In his painting and drawings, Boyd reveals a personal, freeform, ambiguous kind of visual style that focuses on magic, serendipity, curiosity and mystery. Describing his art-making process as a kind of “blissful, familiar trance,” Boyd’s works carry both the evidence of the beautiful chaos and the power of revealing the narratives inside of it. His images are constructed by chance through colorful ink spills and the contents of his own travel journals. As songs might come to him in a dream, so he discovers the vibrant, witty, eccentrically classical constellations of shape and circumstance that hide in plain view or emerge from his own quieted mind through another kind of sight.

Find more by Brandon Boyd at brandonboyd.me

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Brandon Boyd’s work as a singer, songwriter, both as a solo artist and with his platinum-selling rock band, is well documented and universally acclaimed. But now his other life’s work -- that of a painter -- has been garnering increasing attention and devoted audiences of its own.

In his painting and drawings, Boyd reveals a personal, freeform, ambiguous kind of visual style that focuses on magic, serendipity, curiosity and mystery. Describing his art-making process as a kind of “blissful, familiar trance,” Boyd’s works carry both the evidence of the beautiful chaos and the power of revealing the narratives inside of it. His images are constructed by chance through colorful ink spills and the contents of his own travel journals. As songs might come to him in a dream, so he discovers the vibrant, witty, eccentrically classical constellations of shape and circumstance that hide in plain view or emerge from his own quieted mind through another kind of sight.

Boyd has published three books of his visual art: White Fluffy Clouds (2003), From the Murks of the Sultry Abyss (2007), and So the Echo (2013). Among dozens of book signings, group and solo exhibitions, special collaborative projects, and engaged philanthropic arts, Boyd has shown his crisp, expressive paintings, prints, and drawings at cities across the globe in group and solo exhibitions. This includes a collaboration with Tom’s Shoes at Undefeated in Los Angeles, Juxtapoz Magazine’s Anniversary Group Exhibition; special projects at LACMA; Artists for Haiti at Track 16 Gallery; a solo exhibition and mural at Hurley’s )( Space; and participated in gallery exhibitions from West Hollywood to Cologne, San Francisco to Rome -- at Skotia Gallery, C.A.V.E. Gallery, Gallery 446, Soze Gallery, Arty Farty, Ono de Arte, and Rossmut Gallery. He has been featured at special projects in Zurich’s GRAFIK 14, the wildly popular ‘Flows to Bay’ exhibition at the Museum of Monterey and Scope Art Fair as part of 2015 Miami Art Basel. In 2016 he held a solo exhibit at Andenken Gallery in Amsterdam, participated in group shows at Parlor Gallery, The Irvine Arts Complex, Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas and most recently at POP Austin Art Fair in October.

Boyd was a natural artist from childhood, and in fact his dream to attend art school after college once sat within his grasp, scholarships and all. He ended up signing a record deal instead. Through the next 25 whirlwind years, he never stopped painting and drawing, coming to view the creative processes of musicianship and visual artistry as both complementary and intertwined. “The music is intellectual,” Boyd says. “It tickles and frustrates me; it’s untouchable and fascinating. The art is intuitive, more like just breathing. It’s just a part of me.”
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