Dominic Bradnum is a visual and audio artist, currently working in Worthing, UK. His painting practice is primarily concerned with capturing the flickering, incandescent qualities of neon lights. Working mainly in oil paint, he builds up layers and glazes, taking advantage of the slow drying times to create subtle changes of tone and contrast.
The subject matter of his neon paintings often takes a textual form – poetic statements and enigmatic declarations, translated through a contemporary neon voice, are set within brooding expressionist sea-scapes
and post-industrial landscapes
Dominic was the winner of Wells Art Contemporary 2013, he has exhibited throughout the UK and in Europe, sharing gallery space with Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst, Bruce McLean and Jamie Hewlett.