How Artist Brad Silk Reinterprets the Masters for Queer Communities

Not Real Art Artist Of The Day Series

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Brad Silk — Artist Statement

Brad Silk

Brad Silk — Grant Submission Work

Brad Silk. Cr3emy, 2020
Cr3emy, 2020
Pastel on paper
22 x 30 inches
Brad Silk. Jase, 2021
Jase, 2021
Oil on Board
24 x 36 inches
Brad Silk. Andy, 2020
Andy, 2020
Pastel on paper
22 x 30 inches
Brad Silk. Grande Odalisque, 2020
Grande Odalisque, 2020
Pastel on paper
22 x 30 inches
Brad Silk. David (Mars), 2020
David (Mars), 2020
Pastel on Paper
33 x 20 inches

Artist Bio

Brad Silk on the Web And Social Media

About the Artist of the Day Series

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Creator, NOT REAL ART

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