Bradley Copeland is a 24 year-old emerging artist living in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Born in Birmingham, Alabama, 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 that her relationship with art was much more than mere amusement; it was completely indispensible. After graduating from college, Bradley worked as an apprentice under Alabama artist, Catie Radney. In 2019, she attended Alabama Art Colony, where she was awarded the Toni Adams Memorial Scholarship.
Since moving to Walton County in January 2020, Bradley’s artistic style has flourished. Finding her footing in the local art scene, she spent the summer weekends painting among her displayed work in a pop-up studio/gallery tent alongside the Merchants of Seaside in the Seaside Town Square.
The up-and-coming artist has since held two solo shows, "BITE" (September 2020) and "loveSICK" (February 2021) at Anne Hunter Galleries at the iconic 25 Central Square in Seaside. She has also exhibited work in Rosemary Beach and Sandestin at Amavida Cafe, in DeFuniak Springs at PERLA, in the Hub on 30A at Anthea le Jardin, and in Greenville, SC with ArtHouzze.
Bradley obsessively spends her days and nights painting in her studio/gallery in Hogtown Bayou, inspired by everything around her, she considers painting her "lifeline" and finds art and beauty in everything she sees.