Brandy Kraft Creates Hybrid Painting Series


Brandy Kraft is an artist working between New York and Stockholm. She is currently engaged in several painting series that communicate themes of complexities related to identity.

Kraft has attended the conceptual art school, SAIC in Chicago, IL and the technical atelier, SARA in Stockholm, Sweden. As a result of this training, Kraft’s technically realistic style combines with clear vision to create works that are compelling and relevant.

Kraft was a resident artist at Mana Contemporary with the Eileen Kaminsky Family Foundation during fall/winter of 2016. And she also completed the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Copyist Program during the fall of 2016 which grants a handful of artists the unique opportunity to copy a painting that hangs in the museum.

Currently Mark Borghi Fine Art is featuring one of Kraft’s works in his InstaSelect group show which will run until March 30th 2018.

Kraft’s inventive hybrid series displays through its variation of petals, the beautiful range of human individuality. Through their new and dying extensions the new flora species exhibit the pivotal growth and decay that occur through change. Support this insanely talented, Femmie.