Farrell Brickhouse, ‘The Magi II’, 2013, FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery

About Farrell Brickhouse

“I want my paintings to be a haunted living presence that reveals to the viewer passion, intellect [and] mystery and that changes with each day’s new light,” says painter Farrell Brickhouse.
Working primarily in oil on wood panel and in gouache on canvas, Brickhouse applies paint in a thick impasto that shows evidence of his process. Daubs of paint congeal into loosely defined figures whose indistinct forms and lack of specific identities give the work the sense of being archetypal.

American, b. 1949

Solo Shows on Artsy

Common-Ground: Farrell Brickhouse & American Folk Art, FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery, New Haven

Group Shows on Artsy

New Work, New York, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York