Experience a slice of life from a Houston-area artist in CAMH’s new artist takeover series on Instagram Stories. This week, hear from painter and arts educator Bradley Kerl.
About Bradley Kerl
Bradley Kerl (b. 1986, Beaumont, TX) is a Houston-based painter and arts educator. He holds Drawing & Painting degrees from both the University of North Texas (BFA, 2009) and the University of Houston (MFA, 2014). Bradley has exhibited his work widely across Texas, including group exhibitions at Sweet Pass Sculpture Park (2019) and Kirk Hopper Fine Art (2017) in Dallas, TX, and at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (2018) in Lubbock, TX. Recent solo exhibitions include Bradley Kerl (2018) at Jonathan Hopson Gallery in Houston, TX and Greenhouse (2017) at Galveston Arts Center in Galveston, TX. More recently, Bradley has participated in international group exhibitions in Oslo, Norway and Sydney, Australia and mounted a special project in Los Angeles, CA at Gold–Diggers. Residencies include Villa Lena in Toiano, Italy and 100 W Corsicana in Corsicana, TX. His work also appears in New American Paintings No. 138 and Friend of The Artist: Volume 7.