Brad Nelson received his MFA from School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in 2006. After moving from Boston to the Northern Arizonian desert, he became intrigued by our perception of space. He observed, for example, that mountains casting shadows on the desert floor may seem within walking distance, when in fact they are miles away. Nelson is also interested in ancient belief systems and their persisting influence on us. ‘When we think about shadows cast by ideologies today, they are more substantial and influential than mountains in [...]
"First one is boring, looks like melted GI Joe toys, second one is better, but the background (clouds?) are somewhat disassociated from the foreground (cliffs?). Good colors and solid brush strokes in"
"cool, like the neatness keep it up!!!!!!!!!!!"
"It's so incredable. I also like it because it's pops out like a movie in 3D. ... I love it so much."
"The first one looks like sand castles, but it's too much green. Not crazy about it.The 2nd one is more colorful, it's a bit more pleasing."