Brad Darcy's Expected Horizon and Dragon At Bay 布萊德・達西 「預期的視野」與「海灣的龍」

Mar 29, 2020 9:58AM

Studied in School of Visual Arts, New York artist Brad Darcy’s intense post abstract expressionism is delivered to the viewers without reservation in both of his works Expected Horizon and Dragon At Bay. What Darcy pursue in art is capturing the moment and the changing inner thoughts in the instant chink during the creating process. The work’s small exquisite size, the humorous and ironic style, which is innocence but mature adds a contemporary sense. Maybe we will crack a smile due to Darcy’s intuitious way of creating which is entirely expressed in his work. However, it is not hard to tell what hidden behind the drifting, unaffected style lies the most intimate conversation for personal emotions.



左|Left: 布萊德‧達西 Brad Darcy〈預期的視野|Expected Horizon〉,2013-2014,水彩、紙|Watercolor on paper,35 x 28 cm|13.8 x 11 inches,含框| Framed: 53 x 40.5cm|20.9 x 16 inches

右|Right: 布萊德‧達西 Brad Darcy〈海灣的龍|Dragon At Bay〉,2013-2014,水彩、紙|Watercolor on paper,35 x 28 cm|13.8 x 11 inches,含框| Framed: 53 x 40.5cm|20.9 x 16 inches

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