Since the 1960's Jeffrey K. Badda has been compelled to write, sketch and paint stories of love, life and society. Inspiration comes from Jeffrey's own life experiences as well as observations of the world around him. He is not afraid to confront topics such as married life, justice, politics and religion in his artwork.
Often described as a surrealist painter, Jeffrey does not like his artwork to be categorised as this self-imposes views on the audience. Painting solely in oils, the artworks are highly charged emotive creations that are full of symbols and hidden references. A key feature to nearly all of Jeffrey K. Badda's artwork is the unmistakable use of a boot. The boot represents a unisex symbol that allows the viewer to imprint their own journey and story onto the artworks.