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Brad Howe

Brad Howe sculptures work from within the tradition of geometric abstraction. He creates work of intrinsic and situational dynamics, provoking a discourse between the forces of connection and disconnection, strain and serenity. Howe’s career began while attending the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil where his early sculptures drew upon a response to kinetics and was influenced by the colorful language of the abstract expressionist movement of Latin America. Focusing on his practice investigating relational aesthetics, Howe’s sculptures exploit the perception of spatial relativity with interplay of light, shadow, and form. Working from his studio in the rural mountains of Malibu, California, his recent work addresses the human condition of reflected observation.

An internationally recognized artist, He maintains a schedule of exhibitions and commission projects. Recent solo exhibitions include “Brad Howe: Deprivato,” Katherine Cone Gallery, Los Angeles (2013); “Brad Howe,” La Galerie Janos, Paris, France (2012); “Brad Howe: Sculpture & Kinetic Art, Soohoh Gallery, Korea (2012).”

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Donated Art Piece



Canarana, 2013

Medium: Stainless steel, aluminum, polyurethane

Dimensions: 29”x 33”x 14”