Rally welcomes Bryon Perdue Jr as the Lively Taproom Artist for Nov. & Dec., 2021. We are excited to exhibit his unique style of art to the taproom. Perdue says of his work, “I create work that investigates relationships between layers of both spontaneous & deliberate material application, spontaneous pattern building, and definitive linear elements.” Perdue’s work is open to public viewing all hours the taproom is open. Come by, have a brew while enjoying his fascinating, modern works. Find his work online at bryonperduejr.com and on Instagram at @bryryn .
Bryon Perdue Jr is a visual artist out of OKC who creates work based on his interests in science. He graduated from UCO in 2013 with his BFA in Studio Art. He has exhibited his work nationally & regionally and is an active member of the local arts community, serving on committees for organizations, such as the Oklahoma Arts Council.
My work investigates relationships between layers of spontaneous material application, spontaneous pattern building, and line. I use various inks, pigments, papers, paint, and polycrylic to build systems that interact physically and visually. Drawing inspiration from atomic systems and the seemingly infinite relationships they take part in, I utilize imagery that could represent the outcome of any of these relationships.