Available Works

Biography

Brittany Ham (b.1990, USA) is a a Texas artist and educator. Her painting practice explores conventions of historical painting, abstraction, and figuration. Her current body of work investigates the relationship between the embodied experiences of women and feminine ritual, resulting in work that is irreverent and leans on humor as a mode of narrative communication. Brittany lives and works in San Antonio, Texas. To request additional works please contact specialist@aucart.com

Education

MFA, The University of Texas, 2016-2017

BFA, Texas State University, 2012-2015

BFA, Texas State University, 2012-2012

Exhibitions

2021, TBN: Two Person Exhibition with Justin Korver, Charles Adams Studio Project, Lubbock, Texas, USA (Solo)
2020, Open Studios, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany (Group)
2020, Open Studios, Texas State University Studio Art Faculty Exhibition, Meadows Gallery, Tyler, Texas, USA (Group)
2019, Uncharitable Spaces for Uncharitable People, Clamp Light Artist Studios and Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, USA (Solo)
2019, Open Studios, Girlwork, Flight Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, USA (Group)
2019, Texas State University Studio Art Faculty Exhibition, Meadows Gallery at University of Texas at Tyler, Texas, USA (Group)
2018, Boys With Feelings and Girls Without Them, Clamp Light Artist Studios and Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, USA (Solo)
2018, Friendly Neighborhood Abstraction, Hello Studio, San Antonio, Texas, USA (Group)
2017, About Ritual, BLUEorange Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA (Solo)
2017, Nasty Women, AP Art Lab, San Antonio, Texas, USA (Group)
2016, All the Best Parts, Haus Collective Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, USA (Solo)