About the Artist
Welcome to Brilliams.Art! I am an artist living in South Carolina and have been painting and drawing since I can remember. I paint life like a visual journal. Currently, I am really into painting snapshot portraits of people and pets.
I lived and worked at Yellowstone National Park during the summer of 2019. The park is an amazing and sometimes frightening place to live. I focused on landscape painting while there and I still paint landscape paintings from my Yellowstone park stay.
I also have a series of paintings that I have painted off and on for years. The “Turn it Up, Light is Low” series.”( My get up and be active paintings). The “Oblivion is Bliss” series.(My we don’t have control over as much as we think we do paintings).
I paint commissioned art. E-mail me if you want one special for you. Be sure to check out the prints and artwork printed items on sale. I have many of my paintings on limited edition prints and printed on everyday usable items if you’re not exactly an art collector. Take a look around at the paintings, limited edition prints and artwork printed items. Be sure to subscribe by e-mail for updates on the latest paintings, prints and artwork printed usable items for sale. Sign up at the bottom of the menu and receive special offer coupon codes on every Brilliams.art item in stock.
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Commissioned Oil painting of “Odin”.
“Norris Geyser Basin” the 7th edition to the YNP series. Oil on Sized Basswood. (11in. x 14in. x 3/4in.)
“Yellowstone Lake Peninsula” Painting. The 5th in the Yellowstone Series. Oil on sized Basswood. 3 (9in. x 12in. x 3/4in.) panels. Can be displayed fitted, spaced, or out of sequence if you like easy puzzles.
“Artist’s Point” Painting. The 8th painting in the Yellowstone Series. Bird’s view of the Upper Falls at Yellowstone Canyon. Oil painted on sized Basswood. 2 (11in. x 14in. x 3/4in.) Panels. Can be displayed fitted or spaced.
This painting is a selfie of Rie and I goofing around. I realize a lot of us can feel a little stirr crazy during these difficult times. Let’s make it a positive and productive time. Tell your friends and family you love them. Work on that project you keep putting off.