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BLACK WITH MANY WHITE SWIRLS

Briggs Edward Solomon's artwork is known for its balance and juxtaposition. It is a collaboration of simplistic and contemporary colors. It is subtle, yet bold. It is peaceful, yet chaotic. It's rock-and-roll.

BRIGGS SOLOMON

Briggs is often classified as a minimalist, but he prefers to be known as a "realist" because he is not interested in creating illusions, but only in presenting the materials he has used in compositions at their face value. The majority of his works feature abstract expressionist-influenced brushwork in white, black or shades of grey paint on canvas or paper.

Influenced by the early minimalist movement of the 1960's, Briggs continues to go deeper into the question, what is minimalism, along with how he can reduce each piece of art to its true essence. Despite the refinement of his design abilities, the channeling of energy from design to painting feels like a natural progression.

BLACK WITH MANY WHITE SWIRLS

by BRIGGS SOLOMON

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BLACK WITH MANY WHITE SWIRLS

Briggs Edward Solomon's artwork is known for its balance and juxtaposition. It is a collaboration of simplistic and contemporary colors. It is subtle, yet bold. It is peaceful, yet chaotic. It's rock-and-roll.

BRIGGS SOLOMON

Briggs is often classified as a minimalist, but he prefers to be known as a "realist" because he is not interested in creating illusions, but only in presenting the materials he has used in compositions at their face value. The majority of his works feature abstract expressionist-influenced brushwork in white, black or shades of grey paint on canvas or paper.

Influenced by the early minimalist movement of the 1960's, Briggs continues to go deeper into the question, what is minimalism, along with how he can reduce each piece of art to its true essence. Despite the refinement of his design abilities, the channeling of energy from design to painting feels like a natural progression.

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