Alex brown is an expert in his approach to painting, embracing a vast variety of subjects including portraits, landscapes, still life and abstract work. His love of colour and observation unify his works, and his structured method allows him to fully analyse what nature has given us to appreciate.
Having gained his degree in fine art painting at the Camberwell school of art in the 80s, Alex has been a professional exhibiting artist ever since. With work exhibited at galleries in London, the cotswolds, Cornwall, Monmouthshire and France, Alex has pieces in both private and public collections in the UK and abroad. As such, he has been previously commissioned by Transport for London to produce twelve paintings – including Art for Hospitals, St. James’ estate and Piccadilly. Plus, five of Alex’s palette knife paintings have recently been acquired by John Moore’s Liverpool University. They are now part of its permanent collection and hung in their Thomas Aquinas Building.
From Life Drawing Classes in Monmouthshire to Painting Courses in France, Alex has been a painting and drawing tutor for many years.
To see his work and learn more about him click the button below