These visceral and vibrant mixed media abstractions portray Brent Ray Fraser’s intuitive style of painting. Often painted with his fingers and various unconventional tools, these works hang in hundreds of businesses and private art collections.
Incorporating found objects, and his surroundings, Brent Ray Fraser shows his true versatility in this collection. Spanning several years, he blends linear modernism seamlessly into the feathered lines of nature. Like the artist himself, each painting is multifaceted, providing us with minute glimpses into his world beneath the layers of paint.
The human fear of death is constant, as our minds swirl with a myriad of thoughts and emotions. Brent Ray Fraser creates each skull painting to obliterate that fear, and celebrate life in all its diverse glory.
Land & Cityscapes
“Like so many other kids, I grew up happily finger-painting but the habit never left me. Why would anyone want to limit their interaction with art and art-making – creativity flows from every pore and part of myself and I just get carried along by its raw and fluid energy”.
Looking for something sweet and fashionable? Brent brings us a treat with these confectionary coiffures. These creamy cones are a bright and colourful mix of original photography and paint that definitely look good enough to eat - Each hand-painted by Brent Ray Fraser. Whether a fervent fashionista or a grandiose gourmet you’ll find the perfect complimentary piece of artwork here with Brent Ray Fraser’s POPsicles.
This series continues the quest to explore life and death through art. Fraser showers us with explosions of flowers instead of deadly explosives, proving that in the art of war, beauty can render any weapon useless!
Beautiful, brightly coloured bouquets burst forth from the cold steel of a lethal grenade – the volatile power of weaponry rendered to a symbol of peace and beauty. Brent’s Grenade artwork series shows a stark juxtaposition of cold calculating machinery and the delicate, yet powerful impact of nature.
You’d never think something as common and everyday as a chair could become such an interesting work of art – but Brent’s done it in this series of artworks. Using a variety of mixed media these bits of furniture take on a life of their own in a whirl of drips, splashes and pencil scratches – leaping out of their dull stationary existence and becoming something more in a creatively chaotic cavalcade of colours.