Art Brokerage: Bradley J. Parrish American Artist: Artist Bradley J. Parrish's diversity in subject matter has been both his strength and a necessary source of inspiration. With a multitude of interests and loves, he works in pastel, oil, watercolor, and acrylic, always striving to stimulate and evoke freshness in his work. In addition to his acclaimed works on canvas, he is also a gifted sculptor. Parrish who is also an award-winning architectural and interior designer, writer, illustrator and inventor who feels these interests have been, throughout the years, instrumental in shaping his life, his career and most of all, his art. He attributes his love of life and all that it encompasses as being an art form itself. His passion and range in creating great works of art are drawn from the well of inspiration found in all facets of life. With many sold-out limited editions, Parrish's works are collected the world over. Parrish donated one of his highly sought after limited edition reproductions of his piece entitled "The Creation of Adam" to Vatican Museum in Rome, Italy and is now part of their permanent collection. This painting was the first to be reproduced as a limited edition and was completed when the artist was fifteen years old. His works reside in other major collections across the United States including the award-winning piece entitled “Another Day of Freedom,” which hangs in the base of the Statue of Liberty and is a part of their permanent collection of the Statue of Liberty National Monument Museum in New York City. His work has toured throughout the United States' most prestigious museums, including the Smithsonian Institution and the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum. His pieces have sold for as much as $350,000.00 each. Parrish's art has appeared in numerous hardcover books and publications. From college textbooks to coffee table books, the artist and his works have been showcased in trade publications, magazines and newspapers both nationwide and internationally. Additionally, Mr. Parrish and his art have appeared on television stations such as the History Channel, A&E and the Discovery Channel. Listings wanted.