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My works are exercises in problem-solving and in many ways can be considered battlefields. In the beginning, there tend to be areas that manifest themselves in one way or another and are void of a connection until a way is found. Once a way is found I must decide if it is indeed the right way. Sometimes this happens quickly and other times it takes longer. I tend to be skeptical of the times it’s too easy. When these areas and elements start to compete for attention, the battle begins and doesn’t end until there is harmony from edge to edge. The battles are not just about what gets covered up and what remains but also how the element is altered, skewed or destroyed completely.


Destruction and sacrifice are represented, ideally with no attachments to any color, shape or line. But I do fall in love, especially with line. My paintings are drawings as much as they are paintings. There is real struggle and sometimes there’s regret. Knowing when to pull the trigger is just as important as knowing when not to.  Everything must work in parallel or it becomes a waiting game. It is essentially controlled chaos.


“The aesthetics of painting were always in a state of development parallel to the development of painting itself.”

– Willem de Kooning


Bryan Frazier is an Arkansas native and holds a BFA from Henderson State University with an emphasis on painting and figure drawing, along with a minor in photography. He is mostly known for his two landscape series the Delta Parke and Maritime Series. Frazier's work has been accepted into the 58th and 61st Delta Exhibition as well as Small Works on Paper traveling exhibit. Frazier's work can be seen in many private and corporate collections including The Country Club of Little Rock and The Ledger in Bentonville, AR the worlds largest fully bike-able public workspace structure. His work and name are the theme of the workspace that is open to the public for booking.


Frazier's work can be purchased directly from this site or at M2 Gallery in Little Rock, AR as well as Art on The Square in Bentonville, AR.

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