Dominic Bradnum (b. 1977) is a visual and audio artist currently working in Brighton, UK. He creates highly saturated images of neon lights in oil paint.
Winner of the Wells Art Contemporary 2013, Dominic has exhibited throughout the UK and in Europe, alongside work by Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst and Bruce McLean. He currently has works in private collections in Geneva, Beirut, London, Amsterdam, Monaco and Dublin.
He also writes and records Lo-Fi Symphonies; And is a sometime member of the latent DIY electronic performance-art/noise-pop group Miss Pain; He writes blogs, DJs, and makes children’s jigsaws to pay the rent.
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1996-99: BA (Hons) Fine Art, Oxford Brookes University
1995-96: BTEC Foundation Studies Art & Design, Northbrook College, Horsham
2013: 1st prize Wells Art Contemporary 2013/45 Park Lane Art Prize
2011: 2nd prize WBS logo competition