Brad Brewer Artist

 

 

 

 

BRAD BREWER
Artist Curriculum Vitae

Brewer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Flagler College in St. Augustine Florida studying under World renowned artists Enzo Torcoletti, Bob Hall and Donald Martin. This is where his two passions (golf and art) came together for the very first time. Brad is also the first golfer inducted into the Flagler Athletic Hall of Fame.

GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher in America and the co-owner of the Brad Brewer Golf Academy at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando Florida, Brad’s golfing mentor being the King of Golf, Arnold Palmer inspired his passion for promoting the growth of the game and high performance development. His artistic influences and inspiration rooted from his family lineage of famous Portrait and Landscape Artists, going back to the 1800’s with Nicholas and Edward Brewer.

“I believe that our best golf is played when we can think and do like an artist. Get a picture of what we want, feel the stroke and lay it down with total commitment. See it…Feel it…Do it…Grow it”
Often referred to as the “Salvador Dali “of Golf painting, Brewer’s “Famous Golf Hole Collection” has a unique style, best described as a surreal-impressionist blend. “My recent study was of the great master Monet, influencing my awareness of atmospheric light and the use of broken color.” Brewer’s great-great-grandfather, Nicholas Brewer is one of America’s famous landscape impressionist pioneers, whom studied under the French Impressionist School of Monet and Cezanne. “My current passion is to continue to study and grow as a landscape impressionist illustrating the beauty I see as I walk the greatest golf fairways of the world.”