"This young man is one of our plein aire painters. He specializes in night scenes of Charleston. Viewed from a few feet away you can easily recognize your favorite street scapes. Close up, they are pure abstract visions.
We are very impressed with his work. Drop by to take a look at these gorgeous pieces."
"Evening Red" 24 x 30 Oil on Canvas
"Our Way Home" 24 x 24 Oil on Canvas
"My Way" 24 x 20 Oil on Canvas
"Shudder" 36 x 48 Oil on Canvas
"Citadel Square" 24 x 20 oil on canvas
"Many Meetings" 48x48 Oil on Canvas
"St. Michael's Sr." 36 x 48 Giclee
"New Favorite" 24 x 36 Giclee
"Shem Creek Troller" 24 x 24 Giclee
"On My Way Home" 24 x 24 Giclee
"Little Star Charleston" 36 x 24 Giclee
“I view my work as an opportunity to reach out and let others in. Painting allows me the opportunity to be still with life, to observe, and to learn. My passion to paint comes from a deep desire to communicate and better understand the things that surround me.”
I often find myself painting at night watching the stars shoot across the sky while the fishing boats return to harbor. If you see me with my headlamp on painting the night away please stop by and say "hello".
“Brandon’s paintings capture the elements that so many Art lovers find appealing: the natural beauty of the land and water, the quaint streetscapes, harbors, farm animals, boats and extraordinary light. And, while many of his settings are recognizable, Brandon’s style is evolving, moving from the literal to the more suggestive.” Karla Araujo Vineyard Style Magazine
A student at Virginia Commonwealth University, Brandon studied under Durwood Domisee and has been actively exploring oil painting for the last 15 years.
Brandon’s work can be viewed in many prominent homes and corporations throughout the United States and Europe (Medicorp, Courtyard Marriot, Hilton Garden Inn, FBI Academy Quantico). His paintings have been featured on Fox News and Friends, Vineyard Style Magazine, and Front Porch Magazine as well as The Martha’s Vineyard Times and Vineyard Gazette. Represented by Mary Martin Gallery, Northwater Gallery and Granary Gallery on Martha’s Vineyard.