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Brad Faine

Brad Faine was born in Brighton, England in 1945. He studied Fine Arts (Painting) at Leicester College of Art. Subsequently, he completed a Post Graduate ATC course at Goldsmiths in London. On leaving University in 1972, Brad and his wife Jane founded Coriander Studio, an internationally renowned maker and publisher of limited-edition silk-screens and, more recently, digital prints.

The Studio has, over the last 40 years, has worked with more than 300 artists ranging from Henri Chopin (one of the world’s leading exponents of sound poetry) to Romain de Tirtoff known as Erté, Patrick Huges, John Hoyland, Richard Hamilton, Peter Blake, and Michael Craig-Martin to Damien Hirst. Throughout Coriander's 40-year company history, Faine has continued to work as a painter and printmaker in his own right. He has worked in many private and public collections in the UK, the USA, and throughout the Middle East, as many of his mixed shows were hosted in London, New York, Dubai, and Tokyo.

Today, his prints have been published by Christie's Contemporary Art, Coriander Studio, Art for Offices, Anderson O'Day and CCA Galleries in the UK, Kane Fine Art, Greg Croston, and recently Chalk and Vermilion the USA.

 

Brad Faine's work will be on Exhibit from May 1st - May 31st at Martin Lawrence Galleries in New Orleans and Schaumburg

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