Vertigo

Vertigo, 48" X 48", Inv#23964994
Mixed Media on Canvas DSB
Uncontainable

Uncontainable, 72" X 48", Inv#49437862
mixed media
Transitions

Transitions, 48" X 48", Inv#42691034
Mixed media on canvas DSB
Staying on the Edge

Staying on the Edge, 48" X 60", Inv#28273500
Mixed media on canvas
Seeking Refuge

Seeking Refuge, 60" X 48", Inv#36651733
Mixed media on canvas
Resistance

Resistance, 48" X 48", Inv#42691035
Mixed media on canvas DSB
One Step at a Time

One Step at a Time, 48" X 36", Inv#49437869
mixed media
On The Edge

On The Edge, 48" X 48", Inv#13380090
Mixed Media
Let's Talk Texas....

Let's Talk Texas...., 36" X 24", Inv#46160480
Mixed Media
Late Spring

Late Spring, 48" X 48", Inv#36651730
mixed media on canvas
It's Hot Out Here

It's Hot Out Here, 48" X 60", Inv#28273501
Mixed media on canvas DSB
Grants Pass

Grants Pass, 48" X 36", Inv#39510737
Mixed Media
Beyond the Void

Beyond the Void , 48" X 48", Inv#14654171
Mixed Media
Always in Motion

Always in Motion, 48" X 60", Inv#49437867
mixed media
Afternoon Glory

Afternoon Glory, 48" X 36", Inv#36651728
Mixed media on canvas DSB

Brad Robertson has painted all his life. Born and raised in the coastal town of Mobile, Alabama, his earliest inspiration was the landscape—the indigenous pines and oak trees, and the waters of Mobile Bay. The coastal landscape is still a major source of inspiration for Robertson. At Auburn University Robertson spent time studying architecture and industrial design. During his time in college an art professor created the foundation for what would eventually become Robertson’s career as a professional painter, encouraging his unique ability to work with color and texture to create depth, complexity and expressiveness. Robertson earned his BFA in graphic arts in 1999, leaving painting behind for a time and moving to Atlanta to work as a full-time graphic artist at a production company. After a few years he decided the structure and monotony of big-city life was not for him, and began to think of his roots in Alabama. Robertson moved back to Alabama in 2002, lured back to the more relaxed coastal way of life. Since then Robertson has become an award-winning artist with collectors throughout the United States.