Cade Bradshaw

Bradshaw’s work amplifies awareness of the the viewer’s surroundings, the act of sensing, and the formation of perceptions. He is interested in the foundational elements of biological life, ecology and evolution, and the molecular origins of everyday objects. His work frequently returns to natural materials.

Educated at Trinity University, Bradshaw’s studies were interdisciplinary, working as an ecology researcher and assistant to area artists and designers. His work has been included in exhibitions regionally and nationally, notably the MADI Biennial at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, LIFT: An Exhibition of Kites at Artpace, Blue is Not a Color at Ruiz Healy Gallery, and a solo exhibition titled Little Worlds at grayDUCK gallery. His works are included in public and private collections around the country, including Lake | Flato Architects, Ford Powell Carson Architects, the City of San Antonio, San Antonio River Foundation, Trinity University and Bexar County. Aside from his professional art practice, Bradshaw is a co-owner of Bridge Projects, an art and design firm assisting artists and organizations in the complex conception, fabrication, installation, and maintenance of public artworks. Bradshaw was raised in northern California, and is based in San Antonio Texas.

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