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ChaChaChats: BournRich – The Artist

Updated: Mar 7

TCB: Welcome to The ChaCha Blog BournRich! Thank you for joining us. Do you mind telling everyone about yourself

BR: Well, I’m BournRich the Artist, a human that loves to create.

TCB: How did you first get your start in being an artist? What led you in that direction?

BR: I have always been into art since I was a kid, finding comic books that belonged to my older cousin.

TCB: Where do you pull inspiration from and how did you hone in on your signature style?

BR: Signature style is a hard thing. I feel like I’m still trying to find that daily. Life is inspiring, if you need more I dunno what to tell ya.


TCB: How does your art evolve? What do you do to make sure you are constantly elevating yourself?

BR: I try to challenge myself to do things I’ve never done before. Like recently I painted a Kobe mural my first large one.. 20ft high x 60 ft wide.

TCB: What has been your most memorable piece of work to date? What about it resonated so deeply with you?

BR It’s hard to pinpoint just one they all are important in some way to me.

TCB: What artists inspire your work and who do you look up to?

BR: Basquiat, Warhol, Rembrandt

TCB: What does your artwork represent? Does your art represent something about you personally?


BR: BournRich… it means we are all born with a God given talent. Some are arts, dance, sports, academics etc…

TCB: What mediums do you use?

BR: Canvas, walls, anything honestly.

TCB: When you’re not working on a mural or your next exhibit, what else are you working on?

BR: I intentionally leave some pieces incomplete so I can come back to complete them if there is a slow period in my creative process.

TCB: We like to keep it real at The ChaCha Blog and not hide our faults or struggles, so with that, have you experienced any pitfalls or struggles so far? If so, do you mind sharing what that struggle was, and how you bounced back?

BR: It’s hard finding representation like a manager/agent. Someone that can go to bat for me get my work out there


TCB: What is your best advice for anyone who is wanting to take their art to the next level but is scared to give it their all?

BR:You can fail at doing shit you dislike, so you might as well do shit you love…Give it your all never quit, and remember never live with regret.

TCB: Last but not least, where can people find you to stay up to date on your work?

BR: Instagram ; website coming soon !!