Brad Birchett (bradbirchettart.com) is an intermedia artist and native of Virginia. His work involves an investigation of time through collecting and displacing objects and through physical movements. His art pieces may include (but are not limited to) documentation, sound, drawings, objects, multiples, mixed media, bio-art, collections, interventions, and installations — often layered and intertwined over time.
Brad has exhibited his work nationally at venues such as the Myers Gallery in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Prescott College Gallery in Prescott, Arizona; Studio Montclair in Montclair, New Jersey; Delicious Spectacle Gallery in Washington D.C.; and The Center for Book Arts in New York. His work has also been in international exhibitions at Philara Gallery in Dusseldorf Germany, Crou’n Haitai Gallery in Seoul Korea, and Imagine Gallery in Bejing China. Brad’s essay, Assessing the Process, was recently published in Integrative Teaching International’s magazine, Future Forward: Foundations NOW.
Brad is an Artist Emeritus Member of 1708 Gallery in Richmond, Virginia and has curated exhibitions such as Constructed Form and Richard Carlyon: A Retrospective — Interval. Brad is an Instructor and Advisor for VCU School of the Arts and University College in Richmond, Virginia.