About The Artist
Brooke Armstrong is a San Francisco-based painter, photographer and filmmaker. She loves to play with shadow, unexpected shape and surreal color.
Her bold, neoexpressionistic painting style vibrates with the energy of her primal characters. Her photography is architectural and abstract, often having a mechanistic or urban sensibility.
Brooke Armstrong is currently working on her vibrant paintings and photographs at the ICB building in Sausalito. Check out the piece on one of her works in the SF Chronicle article.
She has a PhD in Perceptual Neuroscience and has taught at UC Berkeley, UCSD, and UCSF. Brooke facilitated Bill Burnett’s Design Your Life class on design thinking at Stanford University, and she was interviewed by Nicholas Wilton on brain processes and creativity for his Art2Life Creative Visionary Program. In her San Francisco psychotherapy private practice, she uses neuroscience, psychology and design thinking to help clients solve problems and get unstuck. Visit her there at DrBrooke.com.
Acrylic Paint, Photography, Mixed Media