|8th Feb 2024 to 2nd Mar 2024
|11am - 6pm
The Scottish Gallery
6 Dundas Street , Edinburgh New Town EH3 6HZ
|This is a free event
|Visit the event website here
Braham’s work ranges from crisp, detailed paintings to capture vivid landscapes.
Braham takes inspiration from the concept of life being a continuous journey along a river, which connects with everyone and everything, uniting us together in an infinite lifetime. For Braham, his painting practice is a loyal act of attention and engagement with the world around him.
Prescient Nature reflects Braham’s draw on current affairs, with nature rationally being unable to foretell events before they take place, yet there being an expectation of this. Inspired by this significant cognitive link, Braham documents this forewarning in his paintings. His works in both painting and photography are informed by the Northern European engagement with landscape as a metaphor for the human condition.
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