Beau Stanton is a multi-disciplinary artist working in painting, installation, stained glass, and multimedia animation. His work is heavily influenced by historic ornamentation, religious iconography, and classical painting, creating larger-than-life visual mashups of mythology and pattern. Each of Stanton’s compositions is structured around a Jungian character archetype, which allows it to take on a distinct mood and narrative. Stanton’s studio is aptly located in Red Hook, Brooklyn, where he draws inspiration from the area’s nautical proximity and history. Past exhibition locations include a 12th century crypt, Times Square, the Berlin Wall, and galleries worldwide.
Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York
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