DescriptionWhere do I start? This one came from the motivation to exemplify a child's exploratory mind. In reality, the little boy in this painting could be sitting on a small block of wood in the center of a mud puddle in his backyard, but this is what he would see. As adults, when do we lose this creativity? When do we cast aside the backyard adventures of playing cards with mermen while an octopus-like creature seeks to take down our ship? Reality is necessary, but not as a direct replacement for the imagination.Original is 16'x12' acrylic on canvas - SOLDbryandrinkscoffee.com
Bryan Collins, St Augustine, FL Member Since November 2007 Artist Statement With acrylic paints, Prismacolor pencils, scratchboards, and watercolors, Bryan Collins explores monsters, robots, weird worlds, and surreal humans in a whimsical and playful manner. His topics deal with death, isolation, acceptance issues, spiritual battles, and other debilitating calamities. While tackling such grim subjects, Collins still gracefully maintains his storybook-like qualities and colorful nature. His work has been seen multiple times at Juxtapoz.com, Flash Magazine, newspapers around America, and blogs around the world. He exhibits work nationwide and his collector base spans the globe, continuing to grow as he relentlessly chases new ideas and pushes his limits.