18 x 11 ½
Oil on panel
Bradford J. Salamon is a Southern California Artist from Newport Beach. He has been a muscian, and an artist of many mediums. He became well-known for his portraiture, but in 2011, Salamon focused on an old toy car left in his studio by one of his daughters. Using a new painting technique, he realized it was not just a still life that he had painted, but an actual portrait of an object. Pleased with the results, he began a new series of vintage object paintings that were exhibited in several West Coast galleries. Meanwhile, his interest in portraiture continued unabated. In 2017, he began painting a series of everyday objects. These objects range from cheeseburgers to sunflower seeds, and place settings to rolls of toilet paper. About this time, Salamon began a series of sculptures using various mediums including concrete, liquid nails and other industrial materials.
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