An Atlanta native, Alex Brewer (better known as Hense) has been working as a visual artist for almost two decades. His free-form paintings and public mural installations incorporate a combination of lines, shapes and organic forms. His work has been described as fluid, playful, and as an explosion of pastels.
Hense launched his career in the 1990’s painting walls and writing graffiti in and around Atlanta. By 1999, he had achieved what is known as “all city status,” because his work could be found in almost every neighborhood in Atlanta. In addition, HENSE has produced exterior works across the U.S, and abroad in Spain, France, Japan, Taiwan and Mexico.
His latest work of art involves painting a historic Church in a waterfront neighborhood of Washington DC. This up and coming area is located directly across the street from a planned 20,000 sqft museum that will house the Rubell’s collection of art and a newly planned hotel. This neighborhood seems to be a perfect place for an amazing installation from an artist like Hense.
His choice of vibrant colors are bound to turn heads. Be sure to check out more of Hense‘s work on his official site.
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