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Purple Flower by Phyllis Brady
Wildflowers2 by Phyllis Brady
Red Barn in Forest by Phyllis Brady
Rushing Water and Rocks by Phyllis Brady
Blazing Sky with Trees by Phyllis Brady
Abstracted2 by Phyllis Brady
Blue Skies by Phyllis Brady
Orange and Yellow Flowers by Phyllis Brady
Abstracted Roses by Phyllis Brady
Waves on the Rocks by Phyllis Brady
Right Path by Phyllis Brady
Abstracted by Phyllis Brady
Happy Mushrooms by Phyllis Brady
See Lincoln? by Phyllis Brady
Yellow-Green Squares Abstract by Phyllis Brady
Colorful Abstract by Phyllis Brady
Red Tree by Phyllis Brady
Blue Pines by Phyllis Brady
Mulitcolor Abstract by Phyllis Brady
Shapes on Yupo by Phyllis Brady
Round Abstract by Phyllis Brady
Wildflowers by Phyllis Brady
Blue Moon by Phyllis Brady
Palm Abstract by Phyllis Brady
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About Phyllis Brady
Phyllis Brady moved to Florida in the 1950's from Detroit area. She raised 3 children as a single mother often working 2 or 3 jobs to make ends meet. Phyllis was very atheletic; a fine golfer in her day. She always had a creative spirit but it wasn't until after her retirement around the age of 69 that Phyllis began her journey into painting. She is an independent thinker and has her own way of doing things. She's studied under many fine teachers and formed her own unique "style" in everything she does. Phyllis works with watercolors primarily. Every brush stroke is well thought out as is aparent in many of her paintings. She often will put the painting on the floor to get a better perspective on the piece and will sometimes add a few well placed strokes.She is an inspiration to those who have the privilege of knowing her. She is 85 on 11/28/2012. Her favorite artist is Georgia O'Keefe.
On 1-1-2013 Phyllis fell at her home and broke her wrist, shoulder and hip. She is a trooper and working hard every day to recover. Proceeds from her art will go to offset her medical bills.