David Bray’s Great Disasters of the 20th Century

by Zach TutorPosted on

David Bray‘s world is one of fantasy. Hisdrawings, immensely detailed scenes of the erotic and enigmaticnature, are extensions of this world. Immediately grabbing theattention of the viewer, one becomes part of the beauty and emotion socarefully constructed by Bray. The work holds a great deal of historywithin it as well with clear influences of artists such as Klimt orElvgren, Bray taking what he knows and making it something purely his. Bray’s next show “Great Disasters of the 20th Century” will beopening at StolenSpace Gallery in Londonon February 4th. Hi-Fructose correspondent Zach Tutor checks in below.

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