- 297 mm x 420 mm (A3)
- Printed with pigment archival inks
- 305gsm Hahnemühle cotton rag archival paper
- Including certificate of authenticity signed by the artist
Since graduating from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2014 with a first class honours BA in Painting, Peter Bradley has exhibited work with The Royal Hibernian Academy, The Royal Ulster Academy, 126 Galway, The Linenhall Arts Centre, and was shortlisted for the Hennessy Portrait prize in 2016 and Zurich Portrait Prize in 2018. He has been awarded the Tyrone Guthrie Residency Award by the Galway City Council in 2017, and the R.C. Lewis Crosby Award for Painting in 2013. Bradley lives and works in Galway City.
Identity, gender, sex, and sexuality are prevalent themes in the work of painter Peter Bradley. Having had an obsession with Identity and gender from a young age, Bradley’s investigation is driven by the artifice of social constructionism and is inspired by those individuals who do not feel constrained by outdated ideas of what is acceptable or expected of them.
His paintings are an analysis of identity presentation between and beyond the gender binary and a celebration of self-expression. Particular attention is paid to the ever evolving realisation that gender, sex, and sexuality all exist on a spectrum.
Brōdūil Art Open Call 2022
The Brōdūil Art Open Call ran from 14th March to 24th April 2022 and received over 100 submissions from dozens of LGBTQIA+ artists around Ireland. Launching in June 2022, to coincide with Pride, a selection of 15 artworks from the Brōdūil Art Open Call will be produced as A3 prints and will be made available to purchase from the Brōdūil Art Store exclusively between June 1st – 30th.