Mel Brigg

Mel  Brigg
Mel Brigg’s collection Exodus questions people’s movement from Africa and asylum seekers coming to Australia to find a better life. A migrant himself, Mel grew up in Africa then migrated to Australia in 1993. He now works from his studio on the Sunshine Coast and was named a finalist in the 2012 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. “I have always been moved by the complexities of the human condition and my paintings are reflective of turbulent times that the human race may endure in countries with conflict. I also reflect on harmony and peace once pro-active personal change has occurred ” “Light is the core of my paintings, together with perspective, texture, structure and lyrically atmospheric colour. Combined, these culminate in evocative, emotive and emphatic works”.
Featured Piece
Mel  Brigg Crossroads

Crossroads
- Acrylic on Canvas
76 x 76 cm
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Mel  Brigg Crossroads
Crossroads
Acrylic on Canvas  
76 x 76 cm
Sold
Mel  Brigg Afternoon Movement
Afternoon Movement
Acrylic on Canvas  
80 x 105.5 cm
9,500
Mel  Brigg Exploring the Gorge
Exploring the Gorge
Acrylic on Canvas  
80 x 80 cm
8,000
Mel  Brigg Journey Through the Red Earth
Journey Through the Red Earth
Acrylic on Board  
40 x 40 cm
5,250
Mel  Brigg Munderie Spring
Munderie Spring 2018
Acrylic on Board  
59 x 70.5 cm
5,000
Mel  Brigg Pilbara Journey
Pilbara Journey
Acrylic on Canvas  
80 x 80 cm
8,000
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