My compositions are “staged” through the process of layering my photographic and hand-rendered imagery with stock photography and digital textures. I utilize experimental printmaking techniques, especially in the play between different surface qualities of ink/paint/pigment, in a final output of 3 prints per image. Final prints are then embellished with hand-applied media, including: ink, gouache, pastel, acrylic and/or enamel.
The Imaz Siblings in the Style of David Hockney
digital illustration on paper with ink, gouache and enamel, 16x23” framed, print 1/3 $800
A Conspiracy of Ravens
collage on vellum with cut paper, ink, gouache, and enamel, 12x16” framed. print 2/3 $500
The Raven Himself is Hoarse
digital illustration on parchment with ink, gouache, gold leaf and enamel, 12x16” framed, print 1//3 $600
Brandin Barón is a San Francisco-based visual artist. After receiving his M.F.A from the University of California, San Diego, he has worked professionally as a fine and digital artist, graphic designer, costume designer for theatrical productions, and design scholar. From 2006-2018, he was a Professor of Design at The University of California, Santa Cruz.