BRANDON ANSCHULTZ

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Drop 1A
Drop 1A

. 2007 25"h x 60"w Relief

Drop 19B
Drop 19B

. 2007 22.5"h x 30"w Relief

Drop 15C
Drop 15C

. 2007 22.5"h x 15"w Relief

Drop 13A
Drop 13A

. 2007 60"h x 25"w Relief

Drop 17A
Drop 17A

. 2007 60"h x 25"w Relief

Drop 21A
Drop 21A

. 2007 60"h x 25"w Relief

Drop 23A
Drop 23A

. 2007 60"h x 25"w Relief

Drop 25A
Drop 25A

. 2007 60"h x 25"w Relief

Drop (Give the Thunder Up)
Drop (Give the Thunder Up)

. 2007 30"h x 22.5"w Ed. 15 Relief

Drop 3C
Drop 3C

. 2007 22.5"h x 15"w Relief

Drop 11C
Drop 11C

. 2007 15"h x 22.5"w Relief

Interior
Interior

. Drop 13B (sold)

"Anschultz’s aptitude in working with the pure elements of color and space to create a confined visual and ecological statement is a result of his acute spatial sensibility and an understanding of the potential in the abstraction of his natural surroundings. This work displays the treatment of color as an independent element in which to some degree representation no longer plays a role but the color itself becomes form and utilizes the architectural plane on which it sits, with careful attention to its illustrative abstract spatial landscape. He is interested in the elusiveness of forms that we glimpse as part of our lives and manipulating such forms to create new illusions."

– Dana Turkovic, Independent Curator

 

Brandon Anschultz was born in Judsonia, Arkansas and currently lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri. He received his BFA from Louisiana Tech University and his MFA from Washington University in St. Louis. Anschultz has had recent solo exhibitions at Laumeier Sculpture Park, the Center of Creative Arts, White Flag Projects, and Philip Slein Gallery in St. Louis; @Space Contemporary in Santa Ana, California; and Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York. Recent group exhibitions include Front Desk Apparatus in New York; Monte Vista Projects in Los Angeles; the Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis; the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, Sedalia, Missouri; The Dolphin Gallery and Urban Culture Project's La Esquina, in Kansas City and Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan.