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The Exciting Visual Perspective of Brent Ciccone



A painting of a bright-colored prairiePrairie Fire, oil on canvas

Brent Ciccone imbues all of his paintings with vibrant pigment, applying an energetic, exciting visual perspective to landscapes, leaves, flowers and more. While Brent’s subject matter ranges from vast to up close and personal, his consistent style creates a sense of cohesion in his portfolio.


A pastel drawing of a turkeyTurkey Face, pastel on paper

 

In our previous feature of Brent’s work, we focused on the artist’s sweeping landscapes. I also really enjoy the gallery of animal paintings and pastel drawings on Brent’s current web page. It’s interesting to see how the artist’s chosen palette ports over into these works – they’re almost surreal in the level of color they use, but the pigments are also strangely congruous – bright reds, oranges, and yellows apply an autumnal aesthetic to a bear catching a salmon, while deep blues and purples highlight the contours of a turkey’s face and neck.


A screen capture of Brent Ciccone's art websitewww.brentciccone.com

 

The artist’s UnClassified gallery highlights a sense of exploration in Brent’s practice – the artist doesn’t seem to shy away from any subject matter, but applies his unique style consistently to landscapes, architecture, human figures, and even automobiles.

 

A painting of a canoe in tall grass

Waiting, oil on canvas


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Dallas Jeffs Art Writer

Dallas Jeffs is the Editor of Artist Run Website's blog. She is a recent graduate of Emily Carr University of Art and Design, where she studied Critical and Cultural Practices. She is passionate about talking and writing about art, and sharing that interest with others. In her studio practice she is a painter, but she considers herself an art writer and educator foremost. If you like art, books and culture with a science fiction twist, check out Dallas' personal blog, HappySpaceNoises

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