Brown’s painterly works stand at a junction of abstraction and figuration – at once deeply personal and universal – they are a response to his inner world while commenting on the aesthetic and geographical spaces in which he as an artist finds himself living. His art address ideas such as, ‘the world in crisis’ and also reflects on his life, private story and personal obsessions. Brown employs a seductive palette and he manipulates gestural marks to convey a depth of emotion and intensity. In painting in this manner his art reverberates with an evocative mood which often relates secrets, and reveals some of his innermost desires and demands. Over the years he has managed to carve an acknowledged and well deserved place in the story of non representational art in Australia. He paints with gusto which arguably others attempt to emulate but without his earned and deserved success. - See more at:
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