Bradley Theodore

Biography

BRADLEY THEODORE 

Art has been the life force that has launched Bradley into the mainstream and into the media spotlight. Due to his unique and notable form of art visible throughout the cities of New York and Tokyo, Bradley has often been described as Jean-Michel Basquiat meets Banksy.

Bradley believes that the audience of his art should be the reviewers of his art. Thus he is dedicated in making his art available for all to see in the streets of international cities. Bradley invites people into his art studio to immerse themselves in the creative process by conducting live paintings in cities as New York, Los Angeles, Oslo, Paris, and Tokyo.

These days Bradley's signature work is his use of the skeleton as the inner life force of the subject. As he explains "There is no deeper delving into your psyche than the very structure of your body". He uses bright colors to express the beauty within. His subjects are all recognizable by their outer clothing, hair or posture. This technique strips away the outside allowing the viewer to focus on the feelings and the relationships within.

The journey from the life of a trained digital media specialist, to that of a New York based artist is a long one. It is one that Bradley hopes will come full circle and end in his homeland; a studio by the beach where his art can inspire others and he is doubly inspired in return.

Selected Works

Alexander Wang

Acrylic on paper, 2016

16 × 12 in

American Express Centurion

Acrylic and oil stick on canvas, 2015

30 × 40 in

And She Said

Acrylic on Paper, 2015

16 × 12 in

Angel 2

Photograph, 2015

24 × 16 in

Angel and Hana

Photograph, 2015

30 × 20 in

Anna in Purple

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2015

16 × 12 in

Beauty

Acrylic on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Bill Cunningham II

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2016

12 × 16 in

Butterfly Love

Acrylic on paper, 2015

16 × 12 in

Coco's Smile

Acrylic on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Dark Moss

Acrylic, oil stick and spray enamel on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

DJ

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Flamingo Walk

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2016

42 × 28 in

Flowers of Red Skull

Flowers of Red Skull, 2016

30 × 22 in

For the Love of Kate II

Acrylic on canvas, 2015

48 × 36 in

Frida Feeling Freedom

Acrylic on canvas, 2015

48 × 36 in

George Washington (I Took My Land)

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2015

16 × 12 in

Georgie Back

Photograph, 2015

45 × 30 in

Georgie Closeup

Photograph, 2015

45 × 30 in

Georgie Dancing

Photograph, 2015

60 × 40 in

Georgie Lips

Photograph, 2015

24 × 16 in

Hana Back

Photograph, 2015

45 × 30 in

Hana Closeup

Photograph, 2015

30 × 20 in

Hana Dancing

Photograph, 2015

60 × 40 in

Hana's Flower

Photograph, 2015

45 × 30 in

How much do I love you

Acrylic on paper, 2015

16 × 12 in

John Christie

Acrylic and oil stick on canvas, 2014

48 × 36 in

Karl & Anna Face Off, Installation

Mixed media, 2016

60 × 48 in

Karl and Anna Face Off (Diptych)

Acrylic on canvas, 2016

48 × 36 in

Karl's Kitty

Acrylic on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Kate Moss with Pineapple

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2016

42 × 28 in

King Skull with Blue Dots

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2015

30 × 22 in

Love

Acrylic, oil stick and spray enamel on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Naomi's Cup

Acrylic on paper, 2016

16 × 12 in

Naomi's Kitty

Acrylic on paper, 2016

16 × 12 in

Natalia

Photograph, 2015

20 × 30 in

Paintings on Flower Wall

Acrylic and oil stick on paper,

30 × 22 in

Pineapple Stare

Acrylic on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Power

Acrylic, oil stick and spray enamel on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Purple Dots

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Purple Skull I

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2016

30 × 22 in

Skulls on Skulls

Acrylic on canvas, 2016

36 × 48 in

The Walls

Acrylic and oil stick on paper, 2015

16 × 12 in

Young President II

Acrylic on canvas, 2015

40 × 30 in