BRALDT BRALDS

     Internationally recognized for his award-winning illustration career during the 1980’s and 1990‘s, Braldt’s work appeared upon the covers and within such publications as Time Magazine; Newsweek; Der Spiegel; Atlantic Monthly; Playboy; National Geographic; and Rolling Stone Magazine, to name a few. Commercial campaigns included work for Grand Marnier, Alfa Romeo, Pirelli Brazil, Celestial Seasonings, and the St. Louis Zoo. Of particular note he designed three stamp issues for the United Nations Postal Service.
     In the late 1990‘s Braldt stepped back from that rewarding career, turning his efforts toward producing a body of lustrous, striking paintings in oil. With an abiding love for the still life motif, Braldt’s main focus has been to create quietly strong presences of natural subjects in a contemporary realism style.

     At Braldt Bralds Studio we are now offering fine art reproductions of Braldt's best work in small editions of prints, signed & numbered by the artist. The prints, produced on canvas, metal, and archival paper, are ideal for contemporary settings in homes as well as in commercial and public venues.
     Besides the existing editions that are running, custom-sized orders are welcome. Works in other motifs can also be viewed in our portfolios. We enjoy working with design professionals as well as private individuals, in helping to create the desired sense of place for our clients.

Please enjoy viewing the work, and let us hear from you with further questions and interests.

Braldt & Margaret Bralds
MBralds@aol.com
BRALDT BRALDS

     Internationally recognized for his award-winning illustration career during the 1980’s and 1990‘s, Braldt’s work appeared upon the covers and within such publications as Time Magazine; Newsweek; Der Spiegel; Atlantic Monthly; Playboy; National Geographic; and Rolling Stone Magazine, to name a few. Commercial campaigns included work for Grand Marnier, Alfa Romeo, Pirelli Brazil, Celestial Seasonings, and the St. Louis Zoo. Of particular note he designed three stamp issues for the United Nations Postal Service.
     In the late 1990‘s Braldt stepped back from that rewarding career, turning his efforts toward producing a body of lustrous, striking paintings in oil. With an abiding love for the still life motif, Braldt’s main focus has been to create quietly strong presences of natural subjects in a contemporary realism style.

     At Braldt Bralds Studio we are now offering fine art reproductions of Braldt's best work in small editions of prints, signed & numbered by the artist. The prints, produced on canvas, metal, and archival paper, are ideal for contemporary settings in homes as well as in commercial and public venues.
     Besides the existing editions that are running, custom-sized orders are welcome. Works in other motifs can also be viewed in our portfolios. We enjoy working with design professionals as well as private individuals, in helping to create the desired sense of place for our clients.

Please enjoy viewing the work, and let us hear from you with further questions and interests.

Braldt & Margaret Bralds
MBralds@aol.com
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