Abigail Bradley is a 2-D mixed media studio artist based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her work is known for multiple layers and textural effects while often combining photographic imagery to convey dreamlike settings. Abigail's unique style is a result of her Asian heritage, American upbringing, and formal art training. She was born in South Korea and then adopted at age three by a family in West Michigan. Over the years, Abigail has been heavily involved in the local art scene including participation in UICA Live Coverage, the Creston Neighborhood Art Battle, and many others. She is a four time ArtPrize participant and was the 2013 Festival of the Arts Poster Artist. Her other accomplishments include an Artist in Residency at the Forest Hills Fine Arts center, published art on book cover by Rutgers University Press, and artwork purchased by NBC Universal for use on a television series set, Chicago Fire. She has been featured in Women's Lifestyle Magazine, On the Town magazine, WZZM Channel 13 News, and WOTV Channel 8 News. Her artwork is in several private residential and commercial collections throughout the Midwest, including Haworth International's global headquarters. Original artwork is available for sale at Richard App Gallery on Cherry Street in Grand Rapids.
Abigail's ArtPrize Entries
These are Abigail's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.