Brittney Palmer is a Los Angeles based artist known for her abstract portraits of Rock and Pop Icons of the 1960’s and 70’s. Her command of bold color and gestural emotion has catapulted her into some of the most prominent collections of today. Her paintings have been exhibited worldwide and received critical acclaim from Esquire, Playboy, FHM, Maxim, Fox Sports and The Las Vegas Weekly, to name a few. Palmer’s style of combining fame with visceral feeling have made her work a favorite among new art enthusiasts and long time collectors like Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Computers and Dana White, President of UFC. Growing up in Las Vegas, Brittney started her performing arts career dancing professionally for the historic show “Jubilee” at Bally’s and “X Burlesque” at The Flamingo Hotel. Her drive to create and express herself did not stop in dance. Brittney committed to take her passion to the next level by picking up the brush and moving to Los Angeles. Her drive to learn classic portraiture prompted her to take action and enroll in art school at UCLA. Today Brittney is an accomplished renaissance woman, traveling the world, collecting new experiences and adding new life and color to the work she creates. Brittney’s portraits were showcased at “The Art of Fighting” exhibit in Las Vegas alongside Justin Buah, Andy Warhol, and BK the Artist. She also has shown at CHALK LA (2012) and The Magic Convention (2012). In June 2016, Brittney exhibited in Conception Contemporary Art Fair unveiling her newest paintings.