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Meet Colleen Brown
Colleen Brown is an internationally recognized, professional artist who specializes in still life pastel and oil paintings. Born in Australia, Colleen now calls the USA home. I love birds, animals, florals and of course still life. I've been an artist most of my life and an avid admirer of the natural world. Thank you for dropping by! ~ Colleen
Tag Archives: pastel
60/60 Painting Challenge on Facebook. Painting #1 – Port Wine Magnolia – Pastel mounted to cradled panel. 6 x 6 inches. Sealed with acrylic so requires no framing.
I have been accepted to the Oklahoma City Community College Arts Festival which will be on September 3rd, 4th and 5th. Their address is 7777 S. May Ave, Oklahoma City. There is a $5.00 parking fee to enter. The thing … Continue reading
This new pastel piece is painted on linen panel and measures 6 x 8 inches. Email if interested.
This new work today is 8 x 8 inches and is pastel on canvas. The red ceramic pot is a gorgeous piece created by Lincoln Nebraska Artist Willie Sapp. This piece is framed in a black and silver square frame. … Continue reading
These three small 5 x 5 inch pastel pieces are of my daughter’s favourite flower the Gerbera. These are framed in square gold frames and will be available at a very reasonable price for original artwork – $60.00 each. … Continue reading
Well I’ve all but finished the pastel portrait of my Grandson Calan. It is 20 x 26 inches and was created using soft pastel. There are a few minor tweaks in the morning with fresh eyes but overall I’m pretty … Continue reading
The new cityscape sets are now available from Terry Ludwig pastels and they are definitely something I intend to add to my pastel collection. They come in two sizes consisting of either 30 or 60 of the most luscious colours. … Continue reading
Calan Portrait – Day 3 – Pastel 20 x 16 inches. I never thought having a grandchild would be so inspiring. Every photo I view I see a new painting one way or another. I’ve decided to paint a rather … Continue reading
I thought it would be cool to call this painting pears 2-7 but that’s cheating…LOL.. So pear painting number 2 it is. Red Bartletts against the striking black and white striped wallpaper (not in my house). Oil, 12 x 6 … Continue reading