I like to create work that can take on a different meaning depending on how you approach the piece. From one perspective, this is a figurative portrayal, from another it is a house on a hill, but there is much more than just that. But what I see is only a bit of what can be seen. This piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas and the painting continues around the edges so the image has a continuous flow regardless of the view. It comes ready to hang. 

- Brandon Moon

Fountains of Turndial

Oil painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front and back

37.25" h x 21.75" w x 1.5" d
5 lbs. 14 oz.



Brandon Moon
Jersey City, New Jersey

Getting to Know Brandon

Brandon Moon’s abstract expressionist paintings are complex, tense, optimistic, impulsive, and psychedelic. Each piece depicts another world, or many worlds within itself. His work speaks to the complexity of society, and the overwhelming stimuli of the day to day in modern life. Living in a big city like New York can be both exciting and scary. Some days the city shines like a utopia, and other days you feel a degrading dystopian weight upon you. While many artists seek to simplify what they see and experience in the world, Brandon takes all of the information and unleashes it onto the canvas. Using a surrealist free-association technique, he takes us on a journey through his subconscious mind. Each mark leads to the next, and each painting is a continuation of the one before it. However, the work remains extremely precise and controlled, with bright colors and bold graphic shapes that are reminiscent of an 80’s street art style. The paintings change depending on the distance you view them at. They are entirely different works viewed 5 feet versus 10 feet away. Brandon approaches his art without hesitation, and in turn, he and his viewers are rewarded with discovery.