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Bring on the Funk Painting

Brandi Hofer


Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 48 W x 66 H x 1 D in

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Originally listed for $2,610
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Bring on the Funk! An inspired body of work consisting of rhythms and forms. In musical terms funk is often based on the extended vamp on a single chord. The Bring on the Funk series runs as an extended vamp leaping from artwork to artwork. The effervescent colors dance across canvas and vibrate on paper. Synesthesia: Noun Physiology & Psychology The production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or part of the body These works interrelate with the term Synesthesia. In this case it would be referring specifically to “color synesthesia,” which is voice, music, and assorted environmental sounds that trigger color and shapes to arise, move or fade. For example, Kandinsky is a well-known artist from the early twentieth century who was said to have created synesthetic artworks that were literally titled Contrasting Sound. Senses are limited in our consciousness, however, in this series I intended to capture and trigger the sense of sound in order to access the subconscious. By combining elements of soul, color, blues, jazz, rhythm and the subconscious, the outcome has succeeded in truly defining the element of sound and composition through the eyes. In conclusion let this series be named Bring on the Funk.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:48 W x 66 H x 1 D in

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Hello, I'm Brandi Hofer, and I wear many creative hats. I'm an artist, muralist, author, podcaster, and educator, with a passion for making meaningful connections through art. I'm proud to be a collected Canadian Artist, with my work exhibited internationally and across North America. Recently, I had the privilege of showcasing my pieces in the vibrant art scene of NYC. A highlight of my career has been the completion of my largest project to date, a monumental 3082 sq/ft mural titled Choose Love and Join Hands in Truth and Reconciliation. Along with the installation of this massive project, we ran an Indigenous Mentorship Program. To celebrate the project we held and unveiling and Final Ceremony with elders blessing, dancing and drumming. This collaboration with my community holds great personal significance. In 2021, I took my commitment to creative education further by founding an Art Academy in partnership with my local public school district, with a focus on inclusivity, diversity, and self discovery. Additionally, I established the Colour Me Happy online Community, Book, and Podcast, aiming to spread creative joy far and wide. In the coming years, I'm excited to take my educational workshops to the next level by building an eco-friendly artist residency and arts centre right here in Canada. My artwork has been featured on national television and has graced the pages of international publications and the prestigious Saatchi Gallery. I'm grateful for the support of collectors like Jillian Harris, Sarah Baeumler, Andrew Salgado, Jann Arden, and Sarah Nicole Landry (thebbirdspapaya). My studio, where my children and I create, is nestled in the tranquil Canadian prairies. It's not just a space, but a sanctuary for artistic expression and shared moments of creativity. Her work has been featured on national television and can be found in international publications. She has experience in creating custom artworks for designers and translates her artwork into large-scale murals. Hofer has attended residencies at Red Deer College, Toronto Island, the Marnay Art Centre outside of Paris France, and Montreal, Quebec. You can listen to her interviewed about her life and process on several podcast platforms. Her work has appeared in HGTV’s House of Bryan, and featured in a General Motors commercial.

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