Born and raised in Sydney, Brooklyn Whelan is one of Australia’s leading emerging contemporary visual artists. Working primarily with acrylics on canvas, his style is heavily influenced by weather patterns and futurism. His work has been described as ethereal, minimal and modern.
"As a painter, I work to develop paintings that speak about the beauty and power that exists within weather patterns. I constantly find myself staring into oncoming storms. I do not merely want to capture the image with my painting; rather, with strong bold strokes, I want to give it life and energy, also the sense of fantasy that one might see in an 80’s sci fi - Powerful electricity, but with a tone of grace, softness and movement."
2017 'Pushing Past' - China Heights Gallery - Sydney
2017 'A Better View' show - Atlanta USA
2016 Asian Contemporary Art Fair - Hong Kong
2016 'New Works' - Chin Chin Art Series - Melbourne
2015 'Heavy Weather' - China Heights - Sydney
2015 'Eleven' - Sun Studios - Sydney
2014 'Fantastic Damage' - China Heights - Sydney
2013 Vanishing Elephant showcase - Sydney
2012 'Black and White All In between' - Ambush - Sydney
2011 'A Type Of' - Kind Of Gallery - Sydney
2010 The Whisky Gallery - Sydney
2008 Sydney Art Esquisse
2007 'Across The Board' - Sydney
2006 Mercedes Benz Australian Fashion week