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Davy Brown : New Collection

'Back Lane, Galloway Village'Signed oils on board - image size 61 x 61cm £2,500

'The Tower House' Signed oils on board - image size 46 x 56cm £ 2,250

'Farm with Fruit Trees 2' Signed oils on board - image size 51 x 51cm £2,250

'Beached Boats, Isle of Whithorn' Signed oils on board - image size 31 x 31cm

'East Lothian Coastline' Signed oils on board - image size 31 x 31cm sold

'Lamp and dried Fowers' Signed oils on board - image size 31 x 21cm £1,050

 

'Beached Boats, Isle of Whithorn' Signed oils on board image size 31 x 61cm

'Lobster and Lemons' Signed oils on board - image size 15 x 40cm £ 1,150

'Still life with Gourds' Signed oils on board - image size 18 x 31cm £ 1,050

'Sleeping Village' Signed oils on board - image size 61 x 61cm £2,500

'Sunflowers and Mandolin' Signed oils on board - image size 31 x 31cm £ 1,250

'Autumn Village' Signed oils on board - image size 20 x 20cm sold

'Apple Tree and Gorse Bush' Signed oils on board - image size 38x 38cm £ 1,800

 

 

2016 Spring Collection

 

All new works from Davy Brown in time for the 2016 Spring Open House

With a variety of subjects and a jewel like palette, these new works from Davy Brown are a real delight!

For more information about the Open House Exhibitions contact Jo:- 07713 618214 or 0161 430 4960 or email jo@jobennettoriginals.co.uk

Davy Brown was born in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire in 1950. He studied at the Glasgow School of Art. In 1975 he was awarded a scholarship from The Institute of Cultural Affairs, Chicago and travelled in the U.S.A.& Canada.

He resumed his teaching career on his return, eventually becoming Head Teacher for the whole Dumfries & Galloway Region. After some time demand for his work became such that he made the decision to leave teaching and become a full time painter - a decision which he has never regretted.

At times his work could be described as a study of Galloway light; expressing his response to the changing seasons and shifting light of the South West of Scotland. This landscape never ceases to inspire him because each change in season,weather and mood offers a completely different experience. In recent years he has travelled frquently to the south of France for inspiration, however, his paintings are undeniably Scottish in character; showing a deep feeling for colour and texture. He has exhibited widely in Scotland and England at venues which include the Langwith Gallery, York and the Portico Gallery in Manchester.

He is represented in the public collections of Gracefields Art Centre, Dumfries, University of York and the R.S.P.B. Numerous works are now in private collections

In January 2013 Davy Brown suffered an aortic aneurysm and very nearly died. In the following months he underwent a number of major operations and despite our worst fears has made an amazing recovery.

His desire to paint is such that he was back in his studio much sooner than anyone expected and the result was a wonderful new series of paintings. The new work has all the elements expected of Davy's painting - the rich colour, textural treatment and choice of subject. However he seems to have brought to it a certain quality of light which adds a lovely airiness to many of the pieces.

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