Abstract painter Paul Brown is recognised for his energetic exploration of form and colour on canvas and in print. Paul’s work is a multi-sensory experience capturing movement, sound and tactility by layering dashes of bold colours and interweaving shapes. Transferred to digital print, his work brings a modern zest and vitality to any space.
Paul Brown’s Education
Paul studied Graphic Design at Liverpool Polytechnic, followed by a postgraduate diploma in Illustration at Central Saint Martin’s in London. After spending many years as an Illustrator for a variety of publications, Paul became ill and decided to take time out to fully focus on his abstract artwork.
Style and Medium
Paul’s abstract paintings and prints are explosions of colour and shape. Psychedelic shape-shifting patterns and formations such as in his limited edition prints Coping (2017) and Gone (2018) provoke feelings of spontaneity, serendipity and joy.
Exhibitions and Press
Paul’s work has been featured at various art festivals around the UK. His paintings have also been printed in a recent issue of Estila magazine.
Learn more about the artist in our interview with Paul Brown.