Brandon is the recipient of the Inkpot Focus Fellowship, awarded to an artist working in sequential narrative: comics, graphic novels, animation, et. Brandon Sadler b. Sadler is renowned for his public mural works and his solo and group exhibitions have brought him accolades as one of Atlanta's most prolific artists collected by individuals as well as the High Museum of Art. In addition to activating the fine art and public art worlds, he has also worked with several major brands to successfully bring his unique vision into the commercial space. Sadler's style and art making philosophy is a collection of influences from his experience in American graffiti, and his studies in traditional Korean, Chinese, and Japanese calligraphy and painting, Ukiyo-e woodblock prints, comic books, graphic design, and indigenous symbolism and lore. One notable characteristic of his work is the text that he incorporates; it is all written using the English alphabet, but designed to emulate the Chinese character system.
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His works are in public and private collections in this country and abroad - including six paintings in the permanent collection of Wellingborough Council. The aim of The Fellowship is to bring together people who share a deep interest in art and to foster and develop personal standards and practical skills through education, workshops and exhibitions. Currently there are members - mostly from Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire, but some from further afield including France, Spain and Italy. There are also a few writers and musicians - and the FPAA has a flourishing poetry group which meets monthly.
Art cannot be used to show the validity of Christianity; it should rather be the reverse. Hans Rookmaaker. Nederlands Deutsch Francais.