|Amanda Bradway, Sacred Symmetry (1 of 3), 11”x11”,|
Watercolor, Folded Watercolor Paper, Animal Skull on Wood
Needing help transporting new artwork cross country to exhibit in Portland, Oregon, Oklahoma City artists Amanda and Dylan Bradway received an Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition Creative Projects Grant to assist with their expenses.
The Bradways worked together to prepare their show at TheHellion Gallery, which features their individual art arranged equally with collaborative site specific elements. Dylan and Amanda collaborate on many projects such as running their popular DNA Galleries in The Plaza District. Their lives and artistic style intertwine smoothly this exhibition.
|Dylan Bradway, Flights To Come, 12”x30”,|
Found Wood, Acrylic, Spray Paint, Ink & Graphite
Besides their work fitting well with the style of art presented at The Hellion Gallery, the artists were especially eager about this gallery since it has additional spaces in San Diego, CA, and Tokyo, Japan.
|Amanda & Dylan Bradway's exhibition installed at The Hellion Gallery|
After many exhibitions in Oklahoma and a few in other communities, the Bradways expressed enthusiasm about developing a relationship with a gallery that represents many established artists within their chosen genre.
The exhibition is on display for a few more days. You can see more about their artwork here: Amanda or Dylan.
The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition invests in artists’ project through grants for growing careers, creative projects and exceptional continuing education. The next application deadline is July 15. Find guidelines and application here.