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Brad Orsburn


2010, Steel, magnets, paper, gesso, acrylic, pastel, charcoal, 39"w x 60"h x 9"d

This imagery is related to an event which happened about four years ago, and how it changed my life forever. I was hit by a motor vehicle while riding my bicycle. The result was a Traumatic Brain Injury (my second to the right frontal lobe). Some of the immediate and continuing effects include loss of math skills, greatly diminished interpersonal/social skills, loss of taste and smell, seizures, emotional instability, depression, sleep disorders, loss of self esteem… I could no longer work as a carpenter/contractor. My life had been physically, mentally, and emotionally torn apart, a bomb had been dropped into my brain. Although different from the past,
I was still able create art. The remainder of my life is dedicated to my art making.

Brad Orsburn - Untitled


  1. Pauline Pearsall says:
    July 2nd, 2012 at 7:21 pm

    Very cool. Thank you for sharing this piece. Love the tire!!!

  2. Pauline Pearsall says:
    July 2nd, 2012 at 7:22 pm

    Very cool. Thank you for sharing. I love the tire.

  3. Dean Knudsen says:
    July 6th, 2012 at 10:30 am

    Very very nice Brad! God most definitely has a plan for you and regardless of your struggles (fallout from your accident), He can make His mercy and grace known through you. Blessings to you in your new endeavor. 🙂

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