August 10, 2018 – August 30, 2020
Frenzel Gallery

It doesn’t take much to enjoy the work of local artist Bill Brady. However, there are a few things we think you should know about Bill to get a sense of who he is:

Bill lives in an old school bus he converted into a studio behind his family home. He’s gentle and quiet. Learned metalwork from his father. Has been building a single-engine plane for over a decade. Has a bus cat and a house cat. Worked in restaurants and on fishing boats. Belongs to nature. Just bought an old Lionel trainset at a rummage sale. And lastly, is a prolific maker.

There are over 108 works by Bill in this room. We installed them to reflect what we can only imagine it is like to be in the mind of Bill Brady. A beautiful constellation of lines, metal, and wonderment. Please touch, blow on, and get lost in all that you see here.       

Photos by Fred Scruton

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