The Color of Breathing

5/3/2018 through 6/2/2018 | Gallery 110

Visual Arts & Galleries Pioneer Square

The Color of Breathing’ is inspired by the birth of Aaron Brady’s premature son. Brady and his wife watched as their son, born at 3 pounds 12 ounces, struggled to breath in an unnatural saturated ultraviolet blue of the NICU. In this series, he connects his son’s struggle to breath with the collective asphyxiation caused by our toxic environmental situation. Brady uses graphite, ink, watercolor and acrylics to depict videos of human made disasters in motion.

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