Hollister’s passion for the physical beauty of nature inspired by the artist’s frequent and extensive hikes though the landscape of California and the greater Southwest transforms into serene yet powerful works which are luminous, richly colored, and expressively painted. Although abstract painting is sometimes viewed as nothing more than color and form, Hollister’s abstract imagery is born out of a desire to evoke the majesty found in nature. Suggesting the stratigraphy of earthen forms, Hollister creates works with strong horizontal bands of color which shift between field and ground. Hollister’s work is exhibited regularly in Santa Fe and Los Angeles. Critic David Pagel, in a recent review published in the Los Angeles Times stated: “Brian Hollister paints horizontal lines across juicy atmospheric fields, playing contrasting colors against one another in ways that warp space, boggle the mind and delight the eye.”

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  • “Blondous” by Brian Hollister 2012

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  • “Blonduos” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Chief” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Chinle” by Brian Hollister 2015

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  • “Grace Notes” by Brian Hollister 2012

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  • “Is It This” Suite by Brian Hollister

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  • “KENSETT” by Brian Hollister 2010

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  • “Latent and Blatant” Brian Hollister 2010

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  • “Notation CII” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Notation CLVII” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Notation CLX” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Notation CLXIX” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Notation CLXV” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Notation CLXVI” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Notation CLXX” by Brian Hollister

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  • “Notation CLXXI” by Brian Hollister

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