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Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard

Born: 1957

Hometown: Sydney

Based in: Byron Bay

Brent Hallard is an Australian-born abstract artist, curator and writer whose works on paper and aluminum explore minimalist iconography and monochromatic expressions.
His work fluctuates between precise, formal examinations of geographic shapes and more playful, idiosyncratic creations.
He is currently living and working in Byron Bay, Australia.


11 works for sale

Gong (Red, Blue)

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 3,200

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Plumb Purple (mint) by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 1,300

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Nickel by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 800

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Shauna by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 1,200

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W4 by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 1,200

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Tube by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 550

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Think Pink by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 3,600

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Plumb (orange) by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 1,150

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Mailer (blue and black) by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 1,200

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Ghost Ship by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 5,000

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Box V (Architectural Butterfly) by Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard, Australia

Painting

US$ 3,600

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Describe your creative process.

I often use rather obvious structural strategies to perplex the viewer's response. For example, my series of Architectural Butterfly(s) suggest a corner of a room flattened out. However, through subtle color relationships a well-trod visual trope opens up into something more flowing, even mysterious. For example, the series of Architectural Butterfly(s) suggest a corner of a room flattened out. However, what I'm after is subtle color relationships that read flowing, even mysterious. Shaped canvases tease out the basic architectural form—the box. Though the boxes are actually just simple flat surfaces.

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

My practice is labor intensive. The aluminum needs a lot of preparation.

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Where do you go for inspiration?

I always head to the studio.


Collections featuring Brent Hallard

7 Collections

Minimalist Paintings

44 Artists, 59 Products

Last Updated Jan 14, 2021

Bright and Beautiful

46 Artists, 50 Products

Last Updated Dec 15, 2020

Bright and Beautiful

46 Artists, 50 Products

Last Updated Dec 15, 2020

Pink Art Collection

50 Artists, 57 Products

Last Updated Dec 02, 2020

Pink Art Collection

50 Artists, 57 Products

Last Updated Dec 02, 2020

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