A self-taught visual artist from Los Angeles County, Bradley Boboc conceives figurative painting through an abstract lens. Beginning his practice in 2019, Bradley has quickly developed a strong pictorial vocabulary, drawing from various sources including Google Street View, grocery coupons, hand-painted signage, and household supplies. Combining these objects in a collage-like manner, his canvases depict groupings that suggest peculiar narratives in a minimalistic fashion. It is this intense reduction of the scene that gives Bradley’s work an abstract quality, forcing the viewer to concentrate on the use of color and texture while also considering the roles of the objects themselves in a more literal sense. Notable motifs in his work include trash cans, produce, cars, cleaning products, houses, and animals. The contrast of styles in these depictions, as well as their often-ambiguous character, gives Bradley’s work a mysterious yet intimate quality.