Brian Porter

Brian Porter

Artwork

Bear  185530, 2019
Brian Porter

Bear 185530, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

36 x 36 in

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Bison 184331, 2019
Brian Porter

Bison 184331, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

40 x 60 in

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Owl - 181728
Brian Porter

Owl - 181728

Acrylic on Canvas

48 x 48 in

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Owl 185542, 2019
Brian Porter

Owl 185542, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

40 x 60 in

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Bear  185531, 2019
Brian Porter

Bear 185531, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

36 x 36 in

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Moose  181945, 2019
Brian Porter

Moose 181945, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

48 x 60 x 1.75 in

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Owl 184627
Brian Porter

Owl 184627

Acrylic on Canvas

48 x 48 in

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Wolf 185534, 2019
Brian Porter

Wolf 185534, 2019

Multi Media

48 x 40 in

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Bear 184799
Brian Porter

Bear 184799

Acrylic on Canvas

48 x 48 in

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Moose 185299, 2019
Brian Porter

Moose 185299, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

48 x 48 in

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Owl 185252, 2018
Brian Porter

Owl 185252, 2018

Acrylic on Canvas

48 x 60 in

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Bear 185541, 2019
Brian Porter

Bear 185541, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

48 x 48 in

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Mr. Moose  184497
Brian Porter

Mr. Moose 184497

Mixed Media

36 x 48 in

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Owl 185253, 2018
Brian Porter

Owl 185253, 2018

Acrylic on Canvas

40 x 60 in

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Brian Porter
Brian Porter, Graffiti artist, tattoo artist, street artist, pop artist: call him what you like, Brian is not sitting around waiting to find out. He has been a man on a mission since he was left unable to draw due to a horrendous industrial accident. Brian had spent 15 years as a graffiti artist in Toronto, Vancouver, Tokyo as well as other parts of Japan and Indonesia. His work as a “graffiti writer” got him invited to Warner Brothers Watchman graffiti contest in Toronto to compete and promote street art as an art form. Brian won this competition. Since being encouraged by Brights Gallery, Brian has taken up the brush with a fierce determination to paint again and in the process has moved his work from wall to canvas (although there is a certain lust in his eyes when he surveys the blank walls of any old building). What emerged are large bold canvasses depicting pop cultural icons vividly silhouetted against an abstracted backdrop. Brian’s work has the immediacy of street art with the speed and energy of working late at night and avoiding the police. Brian’s work can now be found in galleries in the US and Canada. Currently (2013) he has a private showing at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City Utah by request of the organizers.
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