Piece description from the artist
From the "Through the Prism" Series: Landscape images mixed with digital color forms are printed so the digital color areas are able to be smeared/painted. On a sheet of cotton rag paper, I spray acrylic medium onto it to allow the ink to sit on the surface. The ink can be manipulated for a while before it dries.
This image was taken right after sunset in California at a place called the Alabama Hills close to Lone Pine, California. The rocky landscape there feels like being on another planet.
Brandon was raised in rural Northeast Texas where his closest exposure to art was the graffiti on the trains passing by behind his house. He took a scholarship to go to TCU in Fort Worth, TX, where he chose to pursue a BFA in Studio Art after a semester abroad in London. He then received a fellowship to get his MFA in Photography at Savannah College of Art and Design. His thesis show was titled, "Arranging for the Fore, Separating Four and 4", and used photography to explore the way cultures create symbols in search of truth in the world, using different aspects of it to help guide our existence. After SCAD Brandon lived in New York for several years as an artist assistant and photography instructor. He now resides in Los Angeles and continues exploring new techniques in photography and drawing and taking part in various exhibitions.