Brandon’s Mural pt. 2
- Brandon Spicer-Crawley
- 1321 North 4th Street, Harrisburg, PA
Brandon Spicer-Crawley returned to extend his mural on the Millworks Lumber Storage Building. The first section, originally installed during the 2019 mural fest, features a explosion of color and stunning abstract forms. With this years addition, the piece has doubled in size. Brandon is an accomplished artist who creates his work along with support from Center for Creative Works, an organization that supports artists with intellectual disabilities. His mural, which can be seen behind the Millworks at 4th and Sayford Streets, is sponsored by Pennsy Supply, Inc.
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A versatile and improvisational artist, Brandon Spicer-Crawley (b. 1980) works with a wide range of material, including wood collage, ceramic, calligraphy ink, paper sculpture, and acrylic paint pen. His style is both free-form and carefully crafted, with recurring motifs of letters, police officers, and squiggly lines. Creating dynamic compositions of abstract shape and figurative forms, Spicer-Crawley develops an electric series of marks emanating outward, creating vibrating, dynamic spaces. Since 2011, Spicer-Crawley has worked in the studio at CCW, a professional art program serving adults with intellectual disabilities. He lives with his family in Jeffersonville, PA.