Published August 25, 2010
Tags: artist, atlanta, brian gray, brian j gray, for sale, graffiti, grey, jacksonville, juztapoz, miami, night owl, orlando, owl, selling, street, tamp, urban art
I’ve been screwing around with this idea for the past few months. I have drawn several versions of what I’m called the night owls. Just a new character to add to the list of critters I’ve come up with. I’m really liking it and I’m gonna be doing a series of these over the next couple weeks. This is the first owl I actually painted on canvas, all the others have been sketches or done up with art markers. I may be posting up a few smaller ones on eBay later next week. Peace out!
Night Owl - 11×14 - Acrylic on Canvas - Signed & Dated - 60.00 ( 120.00 once in a gallery). If your interested let me know. The 60.00 price tag will only be around till the end of August. After that its off to a gallery with a higher price tag. Gotta cover those commissions.
Published June 23, 2010
Tags: acrylic, brian gray, bryan, custom, diy, dunny, grey, munny, one off, robo, robot, ross art
Here is what I wrote from the eBay auction. Check it out, bid on this sucker! Bid starts at just $8.00.- Peace!
Title: Love Machine
Medium: Acrylic on Vinyl art toy (like Munny,Dunny, etc)
Size: 3.5 in
Signed: Signed by the artist(Brian Gray) on bottom foot
About the work:
This is a custom piece I did using a vinyl art toy created by Ross Art. The character started off as a blank just like a Munny/Dunny vinyl art toy would. Then I used my acrylic paints and went to town. The results are pretty cool and I like how hes has a very metal like finish to him. The Love Machine is ready to come home to you and brighten up your day. This is an original painting/art piece by Brian Gray. It is a one of a kind painting and not a reproduction of any kind. This is for the 100% original custom designed by me.
Check out the auction for Love Machine here.
Published December 30, 2009
Tags: art, artist brian gray, avondale artworks, bryan, dark, emo, fairy tale, featured, fl, for sale, goth, graffiti, grey, horror, jacksonville, juxtapoz, lowbrow, urban art
Just sold another painting late yesterday! Thats two paintings sold in the same day and the third painting sold in just a week. I’m doing pretty darn good this month! Thanks to the person who gave this painting a new home. I really enjoyed doing this painting and I’ve had the concept down on paper for weeks. It was actually inspired from the “Designers in Toyland” show I wrapped up with the AIGA earlier this month. I was considering making a 3d sculpture of sorts of humpty dumpty and this painting was more of a sketch of what the final creation was going to look like. I decided to just go with the hand sewn skull bunny(s) instead, which were a hit anyhow. Thanks again for bringing a little bit of my style into your home. Hope ya dig it as much as I enjoyed making this character.
If you are window shopping out in Avondale ya might just catch a glimpse of my work in the front window at Avondale Artworks. The artist reception last week was great and we had a really good turn out for the show. Met some new people, made some new friends, and networked a plenty. If you havent been to Avondale Artworks ya really need to check out the work in the gallery. Heres a few pics, compliments of my sister Rachel Gray. Next artist reception will be December 4th! Ill also be doing a live painting during the Christmas in Avondale celebration. Hope to see you there and thanks to all who have come out so far… and BIG thanks to those who have purchased some of my work. Thanks-BG.
The Beards and Brushes show was a great success and a really fun time. Thanks to Joy at Bogda Gallery and Sean Collins for making this happen. Pics from the show are all over the place right now. Check out The Outer Box.com for the run down on pics of the entire show and all the fun. I love the pics of us and our mustaches…check it out here!
-Ed and I. Damn we have some smokin’ beard action going on! To think, I was gonna shave a two month old beard before the show….glad I didnt!