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Bradley Copeland is a prolific 25 year-old artist living in Santa Rosa Beach, FL with an inventory amassing over 600 pieces and growing rapidly. Bradley's passion for art has existed for as long as she can remember. The artist graduated from Auburn University in 2018 with a Bachelor's Degree in Art, but it wasn't until the end of her time in college that she realized her relationship with art was much more than mere amusement; it was completely indispensable.

After graduating from college, Bradley apprenticed under an Alabama artist and moved to Florida's panhandle a year later in 2020. Here, Bradley's passion and career flourished. She has since held several solo and group shows, participated in numerous live painting events, and was featured on the cover of Emerald Coast Magazine. Bradley recently completed 30A's newest public art mural located on the side of Linda Miller Real Estate.

The up and coming artist's work can be found in several galleries across the Southeast, including her own studio/gallery where she obsessively paints, inspired by everything around her. Bradley considers art to be her religion, her compass, and her greatest love. Her passion for creativity evolved into a need to share its healing abilities with others, and with the help of the CAA, a brand new prison art program was born. Above everything previously described, her most rewarding accomplishment is teaching this type of creativity every week to the residents of Walton Correctional Institution.


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