Adrian Bradbury received his Diploma of Visual Arts in 2003 from RMIT, graduating with Honours in Painting at the University of Tasmania in 2018. He is currently undertaking a Masters of Research into the question of; how can the state of being lost be used within a painting practice to articulate the complex and entangled relationships between human navigation, wilderness and nature.
Bradbury has twice been a finalist in the Waterhouse Natural Science art prize, 2018 and 2016.
His work has featured in Lume, White Horses, The Mercury, The Examiner, The Advocate, and a large body of work are currently on set of The Gloaming.
Solo exhibition venues include Moonah Arts Centre, Schoolhouse Gallery, Rosny TAS, Maker’s Space Gallery, Burnie, TAS, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart TAS, Stillwater Gallery, Launceston TAS, Sawtooth, Launceston TAS and Dark Horse Experiment, Melbourne, VIC.