Played, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas, 95" x 152,” 2016
Played, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas, 95" x 152,” 2016
Central Casting, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas, 95" x 71”
Central Casting, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas, 95" x 71”
Whats On The Table, and The Carnival Below, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 95" x 71”
Whats On The Table, and The Carnival Below, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 95" x 71”
The Agricultural Industrial Complex (diptych panel 1), 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 52” x 36”
The Agricultural Industrial Complex (diptych panel 1), 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 52” x 36”
The Agricultural Industrial Complex (diptych panel 2), 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 52” x 36”
The Agricultural Industrial Complex (diptych panel 2), 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 52” x 36”
The Industrial Complex, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 52” x 108”
The Industrial Complex, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 52” x 108”
The Fantasy Industrial Complex Part I, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas s, 20” x 75”
The Fantasy Industrial Complex Part I, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas s, 20” x 75”
The Fantasy Industrial Complex Part II, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 25” x 72”
The Fantasy Industrial Complex Part II, 2016, water mixable oil paint and gouache on canvas , 25” x 72”
ALTAR OF COMMERCE DEBUTED AS A SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE CATHY GREGORY GALLERY IN ST. LOUS
"BRYAN ROBERTSON EXPLORES THE OVERWHELMING COMMERCIALISM OF LIFE IN AMERICA AND THE ABSURDITY OF THE INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX – "MEDICATED" FOOD, TECHNOLOGY RUN AMOK AND THE GAMES WE PLAY AT THE ALTAR OF COMMERCE. HIS SYMBOLISM AND STYLE SUGGESTS THE PERIL AS WELL AS THE IRONY OF THE POWER OF CORPORATE CONTROL AND ITS OUT-OF-TOUCH BEHAVIOR BASED SOLELY ON FINANCIAL GAIN." - GREG GOBBERDIEL
ALTAR OF COMMERCE WAS FEATURED IN A REVIEW BY THE UMSL DAILY AND ALL THE ART THE ST. LOUIS VISUAL ARTS QUARTERLY.
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