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Brandon Kristy

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Fullerton, CA

Lives in
Los Angeles, USA

Works in
Los Angeles, USA

modern, conceptual, mixed-media, abstract, TZM, social change, sustainability, Earth, The Zeitgeist Movement mixed-media painting abstract conceptual, Brandon Kristy realism surrealism drawing figurative


Brandon is a visual artist and a social activist. He has a coordination and communications role in the Los Angeles Chapter of The Zeitgeist Movement, and is gallery curator for the Zeitgeist Media Festival.

“My artwork varies from conceptual, to line work & life sketching, majority of it ending up in small art books. Very little was ever really intended to be finished works. Inspired by the "good & bad" in the world, creating art comes from this need to capture, or channel my life experiences, and to give some kind of visual, physical identity to the path I find myself on in life. Having creative outlets has really helped me learn & grow in ways I didn't expect, and continues to surprise me that way. In recent years my creative drive has branched from visual art and into the area of activism, going from what’s been a relatively private, internal landscape of artbooks, to the live public settings of grass roots movements. Art is a way to establish identity for our times; giving life, meaning & drama."

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