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Brandi Milne: My Heart Will Not Fear Solo

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, 09 Jun 2010

For My Heart Shall Not Fear, Milne explores narratives about life, death and new awakenings. Her work embraces a brave new direction, juxtaposing her delicate signature imagery with more intense themes. And Milne’s fresh artistic voice skillfully weaves together a series of visual fables that are as playful as they are poignant.


Her first solo exhibition in over a year, Milne has been diligently working from her Huntington Beach studio in preparation for the show, and she explains, “I’ve never been more excited about a series of work than I am with this one. Viewers can expect much warmth and intrigue as I rediscover the sugar-coated, austere world that swells and flows from inside my head. My Heart Shall Not Fear is a story of life and loss as I continue my personal exploration.”



For the exhibition, Milne’s palette surveys new territories as well, presenting rich hues of burnt oranges and seafoam greens alongside deep crimson reds. Skulls, black cats, birds and horses populate Milne’s whimsical narratives as they encounter secret adventures that ultimately lead to the path of rediscovery.


Joining Milne in the loft, will be limited-edition works by Lithuanian artist Natalie Shau. Her stunning digital renderings bloom with gothic charm and fantastical symbolism.


Open to the public, the reception for My Heart Shall Not Fear will take place on Saturday, June 26 from 7 to 11pm, and the special twelve-day exhibition will be on view until July 7, 2010.



About Brandi Milne

Southern California artist Brandi Milne was born and raised in Anaheim. She grew up happily, surrounded by a wealth of inspiration as a child, taking pleasure in classic cartoons, crayons and coloring books, Sid and Marty Kroft creations, toys, candies and the kitschy fabrics and notions of the times. Self-taught and emotionally driven, Milne’s work speaks of love, loss, pain and heartbreak in the first person. She decorates it oddly with a wink of humor and a delicious candied-coat finish - a combination that can be considered highly addictive to viewers around the world.

She published her first book “So Good For Little Bunnies” in 2008 with Baby Tattoo Books and Milne has collaborated with notable companies including 686, Hurley, and Billabong.


For more information about the artist, please visit


Corey Helford Gallery

8522 Washington Boulevard

Culver City, CA 90232

T: 310-287-2340

Open Tuesday - Saturday, Noon to 6:00pm





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