Brad Robertson

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Robertson - Sea Breeze
Robertson - Sea Breeze $5,700.00
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Robertson - Verdant
Robertson - Verdant $5,700.00
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Robertson - Untouched
Robertson - Untouched $5,700.00
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Robertson - Vaguely
Robertson - Vaguely $5,300.00
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Robertson - Sapphire Rush
Robertson - Sapphire Rush $4,900.00
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Robertson - Changing Course
Robertson - Changing Course $4,600.00
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Robertson - Salty Air
Robertson - Salty Air $3,500.00
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Robertson - Glimpse
Robertson - Glimpse $3,500.00
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Robertson - River's End
Robertson - River's End $3,500.00
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Robertson - Taken Back
Robertson - Taken Back $2,800.00
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Robertson - Old Bones
Robertson - Old Bones $2,800.00
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Robertson - Salt Water I
Robertson - Salt Water I $2,450.00
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Robertson - Salt Water II
Robertson - Salt Water II $2,450.00
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Robertson - Blue Horizon I
Robertson - Blue Horizon I $500.00
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Robertson - Blue Horizon II
Robertson - Blue Horizon II $500.00
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Robertson - Resolution
Robertson - Resolution Sold - $0.00
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Robertson - Seafoam
Robertson - Seafoam Sold - $0.00
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Robertson - Break of Day
Robertson - Break of Day Sold - $0.00
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About the artist

Born and raised in coastal Alabama, Brad Robertson paints with a distinctive style that invites the mind to wander across layers of color and texture as the eye might wander along the horizon, looking out across the water and into the depths of a Gulf Coast sunset. Robertson aims to evoke the eternal, looking for innovative ways to combine color and texture to create multi-layered shorelines, endless horizons and seeming portals of bold color. A direct expression of the landscape he calls home, he views every piece as a part of him.

Brad says: "My work starts with unanswered questions. I want my paintings to give the impression of looking out into the distance but looking further than what’s in front of you. I have spent more than a decade working to find innovative ways to combine color and texture to capture a sense of endlessness and the eternal. My aim is always to express a feeling more than a physical object.

My art is the one thing that allows me to express myself. But there’s still an element of mystery to it. It begins as an expression of my own life and my own experience but it’s not until people look at my paintings and are able to define them in their own terms that I feel like my work has accomplished its purpose."