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A Home Too Full

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A Home Too Full

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Brad Stumpf

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2018

Oil on panel

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Dimensions: 45.7cm (H) x 25.4cm (W) x 5.1cm (D) / 18" (H) x 10" (W) x 2" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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This painting is from my Interiors series. This series spanned throught four years. This particular apartment was one that I lived in, off and on, for two years. It was small and beautiful.

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Born: 1991

Hometown: Hamel, Illinois

Based in: Chicago, Illinois

Brad Stumpf is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist from St. Louis, Missouri. He attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2015. He shows consistently throughout the Chicago area, and has works in collections throughout the U.S. as well as in China, Taiwan, and Mexico. In addition to participating in multiple group exhibitions, he has created three public sculptures; Point of Entrance, Point of Entrance II, and Wire Cow. One is installed permanently at Jeske Sculpture Park in Ferguson, Missouri, and another is permanently on display at The Farm Heritage Museum of Greenville, Illinois.

Stumpf is currently making still-life paintings that function like miniature stage sets; they are small in scale and consist of arrangements of handmade objects organized to depict lust, love, and expectation with visual poetry. The handmade objects within his paintings consist of paper birds, butterflies, drawings, and notes that add an additional layer of encapsulated thought.

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