Teare, Brad

Brad Teare
Born 1956 in Moscow, Idaho; lives in Providence, Utah

BRAD TEARE BUILT A SUCCESSFUL CAREER illustrating for publishers such as The New York Times and Random House in New York. His works has been featured in book covers for authors such as James Michener, Anne Tyler, and Alice Walker. While at a Van Gogh exhibit, he discovered his love for impasto. Surprised at the artist’s impact, Teare began exploring texture in his paintings using palette knives. Other influences include William Wendt, Birger Sandzén, and Edgar Payne. In 1994 his aspiration of painting the Western landscape reasserted itself, and he moved to Providence, Utah, a small town in the Rocky Mountains.

Teare prefers to paint from plein air sketches. He then paints larger versions channeling the chaos of the field paintings into his studio work. The process produces color combinations extremely difficult to replicate by painting from photos or imagination.

Notable Awards and Achievements
2021 American Impressionist Society, Annual National Juried Exhibition, 3rd place award
2019 American Impressionist Society, Annual national Juried Exhibition
2010 Feature article in Gulf Connoisseur magazine, May issue
2007 Forbes Galleries, New York, group exhibition
2007 Feature article in American Artist magazine, March issue
2006 Forbes Trinchera Ranch Artist Residency
2006 Color of the Land Show, Salt Lake City, Utah, Grand Prize
2004 Maynard Dixon Artist Residency
2003 Springville Museum, Merit Award

Memberships
American Impressionist Society

Gallery Representation
Manitou Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Anthony’s Fine Art, Salt Lake City, Utah
Lovetts Gallery, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Leopold Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
Chimayo Trading Company del Norte, Taos, New Mexico

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Museum Info

Monday – Saturday:
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday:
Noon – 5 p.m.

500 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Sep 07
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