View the latest collection:

This new body of work titled “Samu” (work practice in Zen Buddhism) was created in the spirit of Agnes Martin, Sol Lewitt, and Ad Reinhardt among other Minimalist artists while also reflecting the cut canvas work of Lucio Fontana. Though the minimalist aesthetic is present, the work is also boldly original both stylistically and conceptually. Shapes are reflected against each other setting up a ying/yang experience; a representation of our inner selves and the outer world that surrounds and ultimately the unification and separation of the two. The work, in its succinct clarity of intention, is as much intended to be felt (as any good art is) as it is to be seen. These are meditative wall pieces created with mindfulness and clarity of mind and complement minimal interiors with a calm spiritual vibe.

Kurt would be eternally grateful if you joined his newsletter to share and connect from time to time. Art is about making a connection, and through this connection, we expand and evolve.

This newsletter contains creative projects and writings that deepen the experience of Kurtis Brand's visual and contemplative art. Discover, learn, share, and support.

You have Successfully Subscribed!