Brad Kunkle “alkəmē” at Arcadia Contemporary

by Matthew Innis |

Putting together his highly-prized skills as both a painter and gilder, Kunkle continues along the path he forged several years ago when he burst upon the art scene with his unique vision combining representational figures with elements of metal leaf. With a personal iconography that includes . . .

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