Brandon Rollin's tiny dots will to leave you mesmerized [Art]
Brandon Rollin became interested in pursuing art as a passion after he was gifted his first didjeridu — a long wind instrument iconicized by native Australians. Soon after learning how to play, he began making his own out of PVC pipe and decorating them with small, painstakingly repetitious dots using acrylic paint. He’s since moved on to other wooden objects, cut first by a scroll saw and then lovingly covered with his signature style. Today, his work hangs at River Power Vinyasa Yoga Studio in Denver, and will be through the month of April. He’ll also be at the Pancakes and Booze art show at City Hall in Denver on Apr 28.