Turning the Corner

Turning the Corner, 60" X 48", Inv#49510497
oil on canvas
Solace in the Simple Ways-YY

Solace in the Simple Ways-YY, 40" X 30", Inv#47063061
Mixed Media
Setting Sun

Setting Sun, 48" X 36", Inv#37902042
mixed media on canvas
Scorned

Scorned, 48" X 60", Inv#12690523
mixed media on canvas
Red skies at night-YY

Red skies at night-YY, 36" X 48", Inv#43380050
Mixed Media
Red Rising

Red Rising, 36" X 60", Inv#37902047
mixed media on canvas
Ready to have fun

Ready to have fun, 36" X 36", Inv#23386866
Mixed Media
Promised Land

Promised Land, 48" X 36", Inv#47063059
Mixed Media
Painted with Purpose

Painted with Purpose, 36" X 24", Inv#13380093
Mixed Media
New Beginnings

New Beginnings, 60" X 60", Inv#12690511
mixed media on canvas
Midnight Walk-YY

Midnight Walk-YY, 60" X 48", Inv#37902044
mixed media on canvas
Magnificence at Dusk

Magnificence at Dusk, 60" X 48", Inv#46160462
Mixed Media
Into the Unknown

Into the Unknown, 48" X 60", Inv#17903866
mixed media on canvas
In too Deep - YY

In too Deep - YY, 60" X 48", Inv#23676438
mixed media on canvas
Horizons

Horizons, 36" X 60", Inv#49437863
mixed media
Dante's Inferno

Dante's Inferno, 48" X 36", Inv#45085013
Mixed Media
Creative Forces

Creative Forces, 40" X 60", Inv#49510498
oil on canvas
Classic encounter

Classic encounter, 36" X 60", Inv#14654173
Mixed Media
Burning from Within

Burning from Within, 48" X 36", Inv#49510491
oil on canvas

Brad Robertson has painted all his life. Born and raised in the coastal town of Mobile, Alabama, his earliest inspiration was the landscape—the indigenous pines and oak trees, and the waters of Mobile Bay. The coastal landscape is still a major source of inspiration for Robertson. At Auburn University Robertson spent time studying architecture and industrial design. During his time in college an art professor created the foundation for what would eventually become Robertson’s career as a professional painter, encouraging his unique ability to work with color and texture to create depth, complexity and expressiveness.

Robertson earned his BFA in graphic arts in 1999, leaving painting behind for a time and moving to Atlanta to work as a full-time graphic artist at a production company. After a few years he decided the structure and monotony of big-city life was not for him, and began to think of his roots in Alabama. Robertson moved back to Alabama in 2002, lured back to the more relaxed coastal way of life. Since then Robertson has become an award-winning artist with collectors throughout the United States.