Local artist, Brandon Bouck, joined us today on GTU to teach a technique he calls break impressionism. Bouck is an artist from Tourettes who follows a lifelong passion for creativity, art therapy and the thought of success (abundance).
Her unique painting style is achieved by using a palette knife to push in amounts of paint in a way that makes the painting look broken. It starts by defining the base colors and images, then builds the colors from there. This is a new music theory painting method, called Color Chording.
In GTU Hour 2, Bouck explained how he makes colors and shapes work with the song‘s chords. The painting of the skier in Utah was created with chords to U2’s song Beautiful Day.
Painting is a great form of therapy for Bouck. He has been painting for years and he says it calms him down.
His work is in the Mainstreet Gallery in Park City. It offers a 25% promotion on impressions using the code GTU25. More photos can be found at www.brandonbouck.com and on Instagram @Brandonbouck