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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BRYANHOLLANDARTS
70.0% of bryanhollandarts's followers are female and 30.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.60%. The average number of likes per post is 184 and the average number of comments is 3.
Bryanhollandarts loves posting about Music, Art, Painting, Illustrator.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BRYANHOLLANDARTS
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF BRYANHOLLANDARTS
- Beauty & Fashion 82.89 %
- Photography 77.70 %
- Art & Design 74.52 %
- Books and Literature 70.86 %
- Business & Careers 49.20 %
- Sports 48.78 %
- Travel & Tourism 48.78 %
- Fitness & Yoga 40.76 %
- Music 39.37 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 39.37 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 39.37 %
- Technology & Science 35.99 %
- Movies and TV 35.99 %
Fear of falling, 30 x 40 inches, oil on canvas An older work of mine that I ended up keeping for myself. This one is from about 20 years ago. It’s loosely based on the Greek myth of Icarus, while also incorporating ideas of flight, migration, journey... at the time, the myth of icarus was a sort of personal metaphor that I explored in my work, and did several paintings that evolved around this theme. For me, the myth was about taking risks, about trying to reach new heights. There are also apples in the work, which was another personal metaphor based on an early experience in grade school. One day we were given a picture of an apple to color. For a reason I don’t remember, or wasn’t paying attention to directions, I did mine green. We had a couple apple trees in the backyard, so I knew apples were sometimes green. The teacher, however, told me that was wrong and it needed to be red.
Been painting animals for a while, so brushing up on my people skills (pun intended). Untitled, detail, oil on canvas, 8 x 8 inches.
precipice, oil on cradled panel, 36 x 48 x 2 inches, 2014. A precipice can be defined either as a sheer rock cliff or a perilous situation. This painting started with some sketches of the bear sitting with its mouth open, as if calling out in distress or warning. At one point, I began to add flags on the posts/sticks, but ended up removing them as the painting was more dynamic visually with just the posts, as well as more enigmatic.
Origin, digital painting. Thought I’d share this in honor of Indigenous People’s Day. The work is influenced by a wide array of myths and legends, many from Native American cultures, that describe how the raven (or crow) was originally white. Most Native American stories portray crows/ravens as helping humans in one way or another, and in these stories their helpful actions are what causes their feather to turn black. Here the raven holds a pocket watch without hands to represent a time before time.
particle, oil on canvas, 8 x 8 x .75 inches.
Madonna of the map, oil and collage on cradled panel, 8 x 8 x 1.5 inches.
fullness of time oil and mixed media on cradled panel 8 x 8 x 1.5 inches
How to read a conspiracy theory oil, collage and and mixed media on cradled panel 24 x 36 inches. A favorite piece of mine from about 11 years ago. The work has a lot of imagery I had fun playing with, contrasting a drop of milk splashing with an atomic bomb test in the Pacific Ocean.. the x-ray glasses that used to be advertised in old comics, the pointing finger...
Had originally left this background a flat, solid color to try something different... but decided it needed a subtle pattern/texture... Cape buffalo study Oil on cradled panel 16 x 16 inches.
listen. WIP, oil and collage on cradled panel, 5 x 7 inches. Been playing with some smaller panels than usual... I’m working from a photo of a house wren I took this spring while it was busy making several nests.
Finishing up a few little details... first question asked oil and collage on canvas 8 x 8 inches
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