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The Artificial Fascinates Me

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Title - The Artificial Fascinates Me


Artist -
Chris Bracey


Type -
Neon
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Title - The Artificial Fascinates Me

Artist -
Chris Bracey

Type -
Neon

Size -
37 x 34 in. (94 x 86.4 cm)

Medium -
Neon lettering fitted to hand-painted wodden background

Year -
2014

Condition -
Excellent

About the artist

London-born artist Chris Bracey has worked with neon and lights for the past thirty years. His father, a neon sign-maker for fairgrounds, arcades, and the like, taught Bracey the trade at an early age. Bracey salvages lights from fairgrounds, film props, and vintage signs to re-purpose them into Contemporary Pop sculptures that illuminate and conjure a sense of wonder, nostalgia and glamor. Having made his mark in the Soho district in London, Bracey has since exhibited in both the UK and the US. His works are in public collections, and have been featured prominently in films such as Batman, Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut and the Dylan Thomas biopic. He also has secured placement of his works in the private collections of Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney, David LaChapelle, and more.

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Long-Sharp Gallery



Rhonda Long-Sharp, a noted Indianapolis (IN) death row attorney and owner of Long-Sharp Gallery, followed her life-long passion for art by opening an art business in 2005. Long-Sharp Gallery, recently named Indianapolis’ “best gallery” by Indianapolis Monthly (2014), features works from Picasso to Pop, with a primary focus on works by some of the best known names in modern art; these include Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Indiana, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Robert Motherwell, Helen Frankenthaler, and Joan Miro. In addition to specializing in works on paper, multiples, and drawings, Long-Sharp Gallery is dedicated to a contemporary program that incorporates paintings, photography, sculpture and multimedia art by a growing roster of local and international artists, including David Spiller, Chris Bracey, Gino Miles, David Kramer, Russell Young, David Datuna, Jason Myers, and William John Kennedy.