The Brushalist’s

Leaving off or picking up from the pointillist school.

Giving full reign to the brush and the brushstroke.

Aware of the bristles as individuals with the right to come together with other bristles to form a collective. 

True Believer in the separation of brush and paint—the sanctity of each—and their right to practice in a legal partnership known as an LLC.

Proponents of this movement, heretofore designated as The Brushalists, argue that the brush be regarded as the executive branch of Painting and the paint itself the Judicial.

A painting made in the Brushalist style is judged as much by the paint that remains in the brush once the object is made as much as it is by the quality of the application of the paint by the brush to the object at hand.

 ‘The Age of Aquarius’, mixed media, paint on styrofoam, (work in progress) 2018, by Thomas Fuller, a superb example of Brushalism. 

‘The Age of Aquarius’, mixed media, paint on styrofoam, (work in progress) 2018, by Thomas Fuller, a superb example of Brushalism.