Mark Bradley Bealmear is an American artist based in Santa Fe, NM.

He worked for decades as an advertising photographer, including 22 years in NYC producing images for Tiffany & Co. and other top luxury firms. His work was seen in fashion magazines worldwide.

He prefers to work in series. Painting projects to date, most based upon our species and its effects on the planet and its life, include Manifesto (2014,
six works), Composition (2016, 13 works), Días de Trueno (2017, 41 works), Angel of Earth and Life (2017, seven works), Flowers (2017, 14 works),
Noches de los Ángeles Vengativos (2018, seven works), Revisions (2016-18, 119 works), and The Reckoning (2018-19, 38 works). New Atmosphere, New Land, and New World are series in progress as of spring 2020.

During the month of November 2019 he had a solo exhibition of his series The Reckoning at FOMA Gallery in Santa Fe. Previous shows included the group exhibition Axle Indoors at Peters Projects in 2015, and several works at City of Mud Gallery’s group show Outrage in Santa Fe in 2018. He donated 270 small works on paper driven by climate change, Studies for a New Atmosphere, to 231 art museums worldwide in the summer of 2019.

His paintings are found in collections in the UK and the US.