Seann Brackin




Los Angeles representative, Louis Stern Fine Arts
Sydney representative, Jason Mowen.
Madrid representative, Nacho Varez.

"How to Make a Time-Space Travel Device For The Unification of Humanity"
Illustrating how I designed, engineered and built the interactive sculpture
"Time-Space Travel Device for the Unification of Humanity". pdf


Seann Brackin lives in Los Angeles. He was born in Rock Springs, Wyoming in 1976.

Raised by artists, he lived in Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico until, at seventeen he launched his life and has spent it traveling tireless around the world. He ended up in Gunnison Colorado, Portland Oregon, Los Angeles, and the St Louis area for stints before moving to Madrid, Spain and then to Sydney, Australia. He currently splits his time between Los Angeles and Madrid

Seann's work is about the energy of life, emotions and movement in a world which he has circomnavigated walking, biking, driving and flying.

He has an MFA from Claremont Graduate University in painting and sculpture and a BFA from The Pacific Northwest College Of Art in painting with emphases in sculpture and contemporary art.


These works are stories. They document my passage through this world now. Telling them, I strip off the given structure of language and start from scratch to share in a stateless lexicon.

Using abstraction to allow newness and visual honesty to exist, I generate an activated space for you to enter and become a part of in your own time.

I am not only interested in telling stories about the inner mental experience of living on our super saturated information and image packed world with my art, I also have a utopian notion that these activated visual spaces will act as a catalyst for sharing profound emotions and the joy I feel inside, beyond the capacity for words. I hope to allow new perspectives and thoughts to form, opening gates to new hope.

If my paintings initially apear beyond comprehension to you, hop on one of my spaceships; you can ride it to a place beyond words from where they herald. It’s a place that is as unique to me as it is to each passenger.