Collage Artist

Brandi Strickland

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Brandi Strickland (b. 1985) is a collage and mixed media artist living in Floyd, Virginia. She grew up in North Carolina and received a BA in Art from Queens University of Charlotte in 2007. Working from her home studio, Brandi creates small, detailed works of art combining collage, painting, and drawing. She runs a shop and blog called Paper Whistle and is a member of the WAFA Collective. Besides art, she enjoys living out in the country, cooking, gardening, and researching. She loves mail.

For prints and products: Society6,  SaatchiGalleray, & Little Paper Planes.

  • Yay for Paper Whistle! I had a problem with the post office and after Brandi did much investigation into the delivery issue, my print arrive in pristine condition. Such good customer service, I appreciate how much effort you made to make sure that I got my order :) I LOVE the print, it is even more beautiful than i imagined and makes me smile every time I see it.
    Sarah, Pennsylvania
  • Lots of beautiful new work in Brandi Strickland's recently overhauled website and shop, Paper Whistle.
    Juxtapoz Magazine
  • Wow. These pieces are  just SO right on. So beautiful. Thank you Brandi Strickland…
    Mara Hoffman
  • Strickland's collages are beautiful, colorful, and somewhat fantastical. I admire her use of color, and the fact that I can sense her enjoyment of her own work through each piece.
    Marion Glass
  • Brandi Strickland is a 25 year-old mixed-media and collage artist based out of Richmond, Virginia. Strickland’s compositions range from simple and impactful to sweepingly ambitious and hyper-detailed. Even while manipulating found images, Strickland manages to create enveloping, otherworldly landscapes. The interplay between images is often ingenious, but Strickland’s work moves far beyond cleverness. Rather, her pieces are passionate, heartfelt, and revelatory.
    It's Nice That
  • Brandi Strickland is an artist living in Virginia whose detailed works combine techniques of collage, painting, and drawing. Each artwork seems to have a more considered composition, while still retaining a scrapbook or personal diary appeal.
    Think Positive Designer Prints