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Jeremy Browne ~ stark winter landscapes that evoke a mystery of untold stories and a pensive mood.

by Informed Collector on 3/29/2010 10:37:10 AM

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Informed Collector Recommends:
Jeremy Browne


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Portraying various lighting effects, his stark winter rural landscapes evoke a mystery of untold stories and a striking, pensive mood.

COLLECTOR ALERT
Cold Storage by Jeremy Brown (shown below) was selected as a Finalist - Outstanding Acrylic in the February FineArtViews Painting Competition.
Jeremy Browne - Canvoo Focal Point


Focal Point: Jeremy Browne
Visit Jeremy Browne's Canvoo Focal Point on the web

An example of fine art by Jeremy Browne


Portraying various lighting effects, his stark winter rural landscapes evoke a mystery of untold stories and a striking, pensive mood.

- Informed Collector


Quick Facts about Jeremy Browne:

* Year Born: 1977 

* Main Website: http://jeremybrownestudios.com/


Artworks by Jeremy Browne:


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The Artist Says:

"I have found that painting a winter landscape allows me to focus all of my attention on the light and mood of my painting, and not focus of the foliage of a tree. This allows me to explore new ways to produce interesting lighting effects in my landscapes."

Other Web Pages with info about Jeremy Browne

Jeremy Browne's Main Artist Website


Art Galleries Representing Jeremy Browne


Gallery on the Lake
Buckhorn, ON

Howard Gallery of Fine Art
New Hope, PA - (215)-862-5272

Koyman Galleries
Ottawa, Ontario - 1 (888) 526-1562

The Turner Gallery
Bayfield, Ontario - (519) 565-2818


Biography

Born in 1977, Jeremy grew up in the northern most part of Brampton Ontario, spending much of his childhood near the vast farming community of central Ontario. Born to parents who had a genuine love for the outdoors, every weekend of his youth was spent camping in northern Ontario in National and Provincial Parks .The drive from Brampton to these campgrounds is primarily through open land with little to obstruct your view of the horizon, a simple farmhouse, may be all you see for miles.

When he began showing an interest in art he naturally gravitated towards the things that he knew best, open land, farming communities and the rocky shore lines. After learning various techniques in acrylic Jeremy found that painting the rural areas provided the greatest challenge and satisfaction. Painting these areas allowed him to explore the effect of light on the land. One of the greatest challenges was portraying various lighting effects, the early morning sunrise or a mid-winter evening. Lighting and the effects of light on the buildings in these areas provide him the passion to paint. How will these buildings and landscapes differ under the various times of the day? Trying to capture this provides new challenges each time he paints.

Most of Jeremy's paintings are done in either late fall or winter. By painting the landscape in its barest form, there is nothing to hide the natural beauty. With summer he finds that the light is obstructed, and not allowed to shine at its purist form. "I have found that painting a winter landscape allows me to focus all of my attention on the light and mood of my painting, and not focus of the foliage of a tree. This allows me to explore new ways to produce interesting lighting effects in my landscapes."


PAST EVENTS

2010
American Miniatures (Settlers West Galleries), February

2009
McMichael Autumn Art Sale, October
Cabbagetown Arts Festival, September
Exhibition w/ Tim Packer, June

2008
McMichael Autumn Art Sale, October
Cabbagetown Arts Festival, September


2007
McMichael Autumn Art Sale, October
2500 Miles and Parallel (2 person show w/ Jerry Markham), October
Cabbagetown Arts Festival, September
Oakville Art in the Park, August
Bucks' or Brampton (Solo show, Howard Gallery), July
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, July
Riverdale Art Walk, June

2006
Cabbagetown Arts Festival, September
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, July
Outskirts of Town (Solo show), May
Toronto Art Expo, March

2005
Cabbagetown Arts Festival, September
Along Dirt Roads (Solo show), February


Other Web Pages Jeremy Browne Recommends
(These pages are not necessarily about Jeremy Browne)

Flick'r

McMichael Volunteer Committee


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