One of Kansas City’s up & comers in the gallery scene.
While still attending Parsons The New School for Design in NYC, Kansas City’s own Brady Legler is selling his artwork faster than you can say “senior thesis.” We’ve shown his work before in KC Magazine—in the home of Charles Bruffy and Don Loncasty—and his paintings have also appeared in Elle Décor and Modern magazines.
Legler began as a graffiti artist before designing jewelry, often incorporating elements from his grandmother’s vintage pieces. His own designs are now sold at high-end retailers through the U.S. But it’s his acrylic paintings that have taken the art world by storm.
In Kansas City, you’ll find Legler’s work—similar to this vibrant “Tempo”—at Weinberger Art Gallery in the Crossroads.