Jared Brady b. 1998, who currently resides in Colorado, is a representational artist working mainly in oils. After being introduced to oil painting and the representational art world at age 16 by artist Ken Shanika, Jared has since dedicated his time to honing his craft. He has continued his education through workshops with artists including Quang Ho and Daniel Keys.
He continues to explore new visual concepts and subject matter and is excited by the countless possibilities of art. “There is beauty everywhere I look. The same visual concepts that excite me in a grand vista can also be found in a simple still life.”
A current theme Jared is exploring is forest landscapes. “Something about the forest has always transfixed me. The abstraction, flow, and complexity has always drawn me to it. I find that when a subject seems too difficult or out of reach, I gain so much when I push myself to take it on.”
Jared Brady has been a featured artist in Southwest Art Magazine, 21 Under 31: Young Artists to Watch in 2019, and Western Art & Architecture, Illuminations: Artist Spotlights 2019
I absolutely love using Trekell products! I know I can always depend on the quality, from brushes to their panels. Using the right materials can make such a huge difference when painting. Little things like knowing that you can get the exact shape you want with a sharp brush edge and having the confidence in the materials is so important to the creative process.
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