I’m working on a few art cards (mini-canvases ) featuring a Star Wars theme. I’m going to be giving these away for free too. Once I have a few done up I’m gonna drop them off in random spots around town, take a pic, leave a few hints, and the rest is up to you to track ‘em down. Each one is either painted with water-color, acrylics, colored pencil, or whatever medium I think works. All of them will be mixed media pieces for sure. Stay tuned to learn more and keep them eyes peeled here at the blog and facebook. More to come….
Published February 10, 2012
Tags: art, art work, artist, brian gray, ebay, for sale, graffiti, jacksonville, lowbrow art, selling
- Happines Found
Here is my listing from eBay.com:
Title: Happines Found
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Board
Signed/Dated: Yes, On back
This is an original painting by lowbrow artist Brian Gray. It is one of a kind and not a reproduction of any sort. This is for the 100% original painting done by me. I decided to paint up one of my old school ghost characters that I used to do way back when. I think it turned out really great and I love the colors. Buying my paintings/art work on eBay is much more affordable than if you bought it in any gallery that I show my works in due to gallery comisions. Most of the paintings I list on eBay are roughly 50% less (or better ) than what you would pay in a gallery.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE AUCTION!!!
Published February 9, 2012
Tags: art, b gray, brian gray, brian grey, ebay, graffiti, jacksonville, juxtapoz, low-brow, lowbrow, outsider, painting, selling, street, surreal, urban art
Is that a new painting by Brian? Why yes, Yes it is! Here is a lil glimpse of one of the new paintings Ill be posting up on eBay and here at the site. I have two new paintings Im gonna post later on tonight. Keep them eyes peeled if you might be interested in bidding. Bidding always starts low to keep it fun. Anyhow, feels good to post up something new…more to come folks! Stay tuned….
Published September 5, 2011
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- Lonesome- 9×12 – Acrylic on Wood
Got a new painting up on eBay right now. Its set as a five-day auction and opening bid is just 9 bucks! I know its been a looooooooooooong time since I’ve painted anything, but, after exorcising a few demons I feel I’m back to picking up my brushes again. I know this is just a simple painting but, it felt great to be painting again. I’m definitely motivated once again to produce more work. I really feel like I’m back up on the horse and ready to create. I’m also working on two other paintings right now that will also be sold only on eBay. I might be doing an upcoming show in L.A. sometime around November as well. Feels good to get back to what I love. Check out the auction here on eBay….I also listed a few older paintings as well. Peace out!
UPDATE: Painting has been sold. Thanks for everyone who made a bid. Ill have a few more paintings on eBay shortly.
Published August 15, 2011
Tags: art, brian gray, ghosts, gothic, graffiti, graveyard, halloween, hand drawn, jacksonville, lowbrow, monster, sea monster, sketches, urban
Shiningami - 8.5x5.5 - Pencil - On Paper
(death god” or “death spirit”) is the personification of death in Japan. It’s unclear when the concept entered Japanese culture; it may have been imported from China (where there are several psychopomp deities), or possibly been imported from Europe during the Sengoku era—that period in European history featured a common motif of the Grim Reaper gathering souls. The term appears twice i…n the play The Love Suicides at Amijima by Chikamatsu Monzaemon (1721). The term shinigami may also be used more loosely to refer to any death deity. It seems to be a recent term, however, as it belongs to no specific Shinto deity and is rarely used in folklore. Today, the use of shinigami for psychopomps and other supernatural beings associated with death in Japanese manga and anime is common. For example, the series Ballad of a Shinigami, Bleach, Death Note, Full Moon wo Sagashite, Soul Eater, and Kuroshitsuji use shinigami as a major plot device.