ANYTHING GOES | Micah LeBrun | Solo Show

ANYTHING GOES | Micah LeBrun | Solo Show

Micah LeBrun is a self-taught Bay Area artist who considers his understanding of art to be derived from what he visually identifies in everyday life. His influences range from the line-oriented work of Picasso, the bold graphic nature of Warhol, and the dominant colorful brushstrokes of Peter Max to modern-day movements such as car culture and graffiti. A self-prescribed wanderer regarding the creative process, he believes that each idea should be executed in the medium and style that best relays its intention.

“Dirty Dozen” by Micah LeBrun | Oil & Acrylic on Canvas | 20” x 16” (x12) | 2019

I often feel that in many factions of the art world there seems to exist an expectation of artists to deliver a river of conscious and carefully articulated work that reflects the current state of the universe or political climate in a such a way that the very nature of humanities existence will be forever changed and altered for the better, which I agree remains to be powerfully important, but jeez that’s allot of pressure and has no place in my next show, ‘Anything Goes.’

My new body of work represents my intention to abandon such expectations while exercising creative freedom of medium, genre, topic, content and technique, both subconsciously and impulsively.

– Micah LeBrun

“Pyramid Scheme” by Micah LeBrun | Oil & Acrylic on Canvas | 20” x 16” (x10) | 2019

“Shifty” by Micah LeBrun | Oil & Acrylic on Canvas | 40” x 30” | 2019

“Eros, Venus, Cupid & Aphrodite” by Micah LeBrun | Oil & Acrylic on Canvas | 24” x 20” (x4) | 2019

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