Bri Matheson

Artwork

Across The Field
Bri Matheson

Across The Field

48 x 48 in

Chesler Park, Canyonlands
Bri Matheson

Chesler Park, Canyonlands

24 x 24 in

Glacier Canyon
Bri Matheson

Glacier Canyon

48 x 36 in

Maine Abstract # 4
Bri Matheson

Maine Abstract # 4

Slot Canyon #2
Bri Matheson

Slot Canyon #2

64 x 48 in

Weft With Gold Warp , 2018
Bri Matheson

Weft With Gold Warp , 2018

24 x 36 in

All My Silver Linings In One Place , 2019
Bri Matheson

All My Silver Linings In One Place , 2019

16 x 12 in

Cold Temperature , 2019
Bri Matheson

Cold Temperature , 2019

14 x 11 in

In The Spotlight , 2018
Bri Matheson

In The Spotlight , 2018

8 x 10 in

Martian Typewriter
Bri Matheson

Martian Typewriter

24 x 20 in

The Keys , 2018
Bri Matheson

The Keys , 2018

8 x 10 in

An Adequate Amount Of Red , 2019
Bri Matheson

An Adequate Amount Of Red , 2019

72 x 48 in

Dinner Prep
Bri Matheson

Dinner Prep

16 x 20 in

Limestone Quarry
Bri Matheson

Limestone Quarry

24 x 20 in

Modern Neapolitan , 2018
Bri Matheson

Modern Neapolitan , 2018

17 x 14 in

The Narrows , 2019
Bri Matheson

The Narrows , 2019

24 x 20 in

Bus Stop
Bri Matheson

Bus Stop

24 x 18 in

Fluid Gold
Bri Matheson

Fluid Gold

18 x 14 in

Mad About
Bri Matheson

Mad About

36 x 36 in

San Rafael Swell , 2019
Bri Matheson

San Rafael Swell , 2019

24 x 18 in

Twin
Bri Matheson

Twin

40 x 40 in

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Bri Matheson
Bri Mathson is a self taught artist. In the 1970's he discovered the world of art like many other self taught artist of that time through the collection and use of fond objects in his work. In Matheson's case, the objects were rusted tractor parts, farm tools and scrape metal. ​In the 1980's, Matheson focused primary on the creation of oversized papier mache' tropical fresh water fish. Matheson created hundreds of fish and sold his work throughout the western part of the U.S. During this period Matheson was also an instructor with The Artist In Education program for the Utah Arts Council. Matheson taught thousands of students young and old how to make papier mache' fish, whales and other aquatic creatures. ​In 2002, Matheson settled in Georgia and began creating shadow boxes that incorporated treasures items saved from his childhood that evoked fond memories and emotions. Matheson's later work evolved and encompasses subjest mater ranging from environmental issues to cultural themes. ​Mathesn's current work is produced on canvas by applying paint using various palette knives to produce vibrant abstract work. Matheson is not sentimental about the creative process and will often paint over existing work that results in pentimento affect within the final canvas. Matheson's art medium has shifted through the years, but his self-expression has always remained uniquely his own.
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