Brett Osborn was fortunate to have studied under extremely talented faculty at California State University in Long Beach. His mentors included: Marie Thibeault, Tom Krumpak, John De Heras, Linda Day, John Lincoln, Julia Miller, and Gene Cooper. A true understanding of form was developed during his studies at CSULB. Color, line quality, value and composition were developed through the extremely difficult process of developing abstract work. Even in Osborn's more representational work, the lessons learned by working abstractly are evident.
My Duck Painting, Oil on Canvas, 48" x 60".
Rathskellar's Patio on Lake Mendota, Oil on Canvas, 60" x 70".
Renfrew On Wolmington Fold, Oil on Canvas, 59" x 70".
What a Horse Might Dream or Places in America that Remind me of a Tolstoy Novel, Oil on Canvas, 72" x 108".
The Door of Misperception, Oil on Panel, 36" x 72"
Battle between the Svea and the Geats, Oil on Canvas, 72" x 104"