• Putting Concerns on Canvas

    My interview with NBC4's Darlene Hill on being Black in Columbus


  • Home Staging - Partnership with the Redman Collection

    Artist Brenden Spivey partners with the prestigious Streets | Sotheby's International realtor, Shawn Redman.   Property: 78 Chestnut Street, Unit 506
  • Catch the Replay of my Interview on PBS-WOSU Broad & High

    Here about my journey and see some of my newest work from inside my downtown studio.
  • Broad & High Feature Promo!

    Get Ready for Brenden & Spencer!
  • Artist Feature by R&F Handmade Paints

    To begin the second round of "People & Places" we direct the spotlight back towards creators in various stages of their careers. This week we focus on the Midwest, West, and an artist from beyond our borders. We get to know our paint even better when we see it in action, and there is nothing more satisfying than seeing the results when it leaves our factory and enters your studio.
  • Artist Spotlight WOSU/PBS October 2020

    I can officially announce that I will be features on the WOSU/PBS show Broad & High as a featured artist.  This feature will air some time in O...
  • New Art Supplies 8.13.20

    Picked up some new supplies at Dick Blick! 
  • Short North Arts District Feature

    Abstract artist Brenden Spivey has shown work all around Columbus in galleries and murals, including in the Hilton Columbus Downtown. In addition to canvas paintings with mixed mediums, he also makes totes and face coverings featuring prints of his work.
  • We have Studio and Gallery Space!!!

    August 5th I was handed the keys to my gorgeous 195sqft studio space in the Franklinton neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio.  Franklinton is the new up ...
  • Brenden Spivey Cover - WOSU Airfare July Cover

    A diverse collective of
    Columbus-based visual
    artists created murals on the
    plywood installed over the
    broken windows in response
    to the Black Lives Matter
  • COVID-19 Break: Downtown Columbus Property Damage turned to Art: Huntington Center Part 1 Highlight

    In my opinion, this work represents unity. Just by viewing the artists pictures, it is obvious that they are different.  Each artist worked together bringing their talents to produce a cohesive piece.

    My interpretation of the piece:

    • The Statue of Liberty represents the United States. The Black Lives Matter movement is attempting to apply the milk of human kindness to the United States.
    • The Statue of Liberty’s torch is said to light the way to freedom showing us the path to Liberty. It is in a state of emergency….
    • Lady Justice’s scales are incomplete or broken
  • 70+ Black-Owned Businesses To Support In Columbus

    Racism is a public health crisis and it’s time that we all start doing everything in our power to help combat it.