The cadence of a musical composition is suggested by the dynamic rhythm of colors in Michael Brey’s “Grande Harmony I.” Often the youngest student in his art classes, Brey displayed creative abilities at an early age, and he worked as an advertising illustrator before becoming a full-time painter. Brey’s talent spans abstract, traditional and impressionist styles painted in oils, acrylics, watercolors and floral mixed-media combinations. Looks gorgeous paired with “Grande Harmony II.”
Exhibiting creative aptitude at an early age, Michael Brey was often the youngest student in his art classes. Brey’s versatile creative range includes traditional, abstract and impressionist styles, expressed through oils, acrylics, watercolors and floral mixed-media combinations. His warm palette possesses the dynamic visual cadence of a musical composition, with high glistening golden notes, rich mid-tones, and deep bass rhythms.