It's been a tumultuous last two months for Brendan. While working long days and long nights, Brendan and his wife Monica welcomed their third child Wilde Murphy just before Thanksgiving and just before the opening of Art Miami 2019. Brendan also suffered the loss of 4 close friends and family all in one month, proving once again that life is indeed a fluid journey and one that cannot be taken for granted.
Art Miami 2019 was a successful showing once again with Contessa Fine Art, showcasing Brendan's ability to create impactful concepts mixed with very complex materials and techniques.
Brendan remains focused on a longer and more timeless pursuit, searching for and trying to create beautiful pieces that will last over time and hopefully connect with the viewer.
Part of that process requires Brendan to invest in himself and his team on an even bigger level, and usually requires a ton of hours in the studio away from his loving family.
In pursuit of these goals, Brendan recently opened a fully functioning studio and showroom. A shop equipped to provide the tools needed to create works from A to Z, Fabrication to Finish. Providing Brendan with the ability to make all of his visions come true while also providing his collectors with a more intimate experience with his work.
Brendan’s new studio is located in the heart of Miami’s Little Haiti on 75th street. Visits and tours are provided by appointment only but are more than welcome.
Brendan's continues to create new iconic and powerful images, twisted with a bit of nostalgia and topped off with the newest technologies and fine art techniques.
Look for Brendan’s work in the upcoming Palm Beach art fair in early January. Art Wynwood in February, and Art Central in Hong Kong in March.