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Alan Brain Art

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 Art with Passion Directly From the Artist

Painting That Certain Feeling


Serene Minimal Paintings by Alan Brain - A Little and a Lot

I make art with passion to create visible feelings that cannot be expressed in words.

geometrical art Fly By Again

geometrical paintings – Fly By!

Geometric Paintings For Sale   One of a series of my geometrical paintings and as usual it is painted in watercolour. Angular shapes dominate the artwork with a few clean sharp edges but there are some organic shapes too in this geometrical painting. Lost and...
vibrant painting called Beyond

vibrant paintings in watercolour – beyond

Original Minimalist Painting   Here is an example of vibrant paintings in watercolour. It is also  minimalist and uses texture and blended colours to create a vibrance. a resonance that you can almost feel. The design is simple (not easy) but uncluttered, only...
contemporary minimal painting - awakening

contemporary minimal painting

Original Minimalist Painting   This contemporary minimal painting  called Awakening has a large rectangular space filled with blended colours that gives it a sense of space - a beautiful uncluttered place to ponder uninterrupted. It is a minimalist painting with...
rectangular minimal painting - lights and brights

rectangular minimal painting, minimal rectangular painting- lights and brights

Original Minimalist Painting   Let your imagination take you away with this rectangular minimal painting. The subtle shifts of colour in the large rectangle can be intriguing and the lights and brights around the border add to that feeling. A minimalist painting...
ethereal-painting-minimalism i shades of grey

ethereal painting minimalism in shades of grey – imagine

Original Minimalist Painting   This ethereal painting uses minimalism and shades of grey watercolour to create the desired feeling. The painting reveals details reluctantly after a search, a search that takes you on a journey. Minimal art cannot be appreciated...
minimal abstract artwork alm art

minimal abstract artwork – calm art – oneness

Calm Art a Minimalist Painting   Abstract artwork requires the viewer to decide what the painting represents and this minimal example creates tranquility - serene calm art. Colour intensities are used here to enable the viewer to appreciate the complete painting...
paintings with feeling -unique minimal art - thin red line

Unique art – vibrant minimalism – thin red line

Original Minimalist Painting   This unique art uses minimalism and vibrant watercolour to create a sense of deep space using a simple thin red line. The painting is intended to be absorbing - to saturate with colour and to reward the viewer for their attention...
geometric paintings for sale expressionism from uk artist - seek

geometric expressionism in watercolour – seek II

Geometric paintings For Sale   Geometric expressionism can be described in many ways and this is an example in muted watercolour. Rectangular shapes are not fully described  but are hinted at and occasionally clearly evident. The painting is inspired by imagining...
geometric paintings for sale from the artist rectangular art - almost

Geometric abstract – almost

geometric paintings For Sale   Paintings in a geometric abstract form can take many varieties. In this painting rectangles are used almost exclusively and dominate the geometric abstract design. where the rectangles are placed is important so too are the colours...
geometrical paintings for sale- rectangular art called blue yonder

Rectangular Art – blue yonder

geometric paintings For Sale    Rectangular art is not a modern phenomenon but we tend to think it is.  Perhaps that is because the natural world rarely has a surfeit of right angles and long straight edges but it does occur sometimes. We live in a rectangular...
contemporary emotional paintings the art of minimalism so simple

contemporary emotional paintings art of minimalism – so simple

Original Minimalist Painting   The art of minimalism is not new and examples abound in our cluttered world. The Japanese were perhaps the first to paint and design in a minimal way and now contemporary emotional paintings can regularly be found in a minimal form....
haunting painting facing death by alan brain

haunting painting – Facing Death

oh my this one is scary!
But it was exhibited with the American Watercolor Society

I love to paint space - beautiful emptiness where you can forget the details of life. Here are three recent examples...

paintings with feeling -unique minimal art - thin red line
surreal paintings for sale
original geometric surreal art- look up!

all the artworks here are guaranteed original abstract paintings,  there are no copies or prints anywhere. You buy the unique paintings directly from the artist with a no quibble guarantee, free worldwide shipping and a written certificate that guarantees originality. Press the image below for the details...

and this minimal art is one of my latest pieces...

striking minimalism - two black lines

To create paintings with feeling is my goal.  There are probably no words to describe the emotion in the art but it is there for sure... paintings with that certain feeling.

My biggest complement is to hear "I love it but I don't know why." That tells me the viewer has made an emotional connection that is their own personal interpretation.

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Enjoy the art with...        that certain feeling

Self-taught artist whose work has developed through geometric abstraction to surrealism and is now  painting minimalism. The artist is driven by the desire to get passion, a strong feeling into his art.

He uses space and symbols to express inner feelings that connect with and intrigue the viewer.

Through the years of painting the artist's work has evolved and several distinct approaches are evident now, such as...

 surreal art  which is a fairly new experience. The combination of real and imaginary shapes with strong colours is appealing and a powerful way to create emotion in art.

Geometric art  emerged early, the artist clearly has a penchant for rectangles and other geometric shapes.

Minimalism has been a theme throughout the artist's work and predominates now. Saying more with less is a particular goal.

No artist's journey would be complete without figure work, Alan quickly abstracted the figures to portray the body language in his art.

Several powerful series have emerged each one related to the nature of the artist - such as aviation art  (Alan is a pilot) and strong reactions to war and the pollution of our planet. There are more to come and each one will be an original abstract painting


Highcliffe Dorset BH23 5HW

Alan works in his studio gallery in Dorset England and visitors are always welcome. Come to see the paintings for real and  view some work in progress.

Discuss his approach to minimalism and geometric art. Enjoy his abstract aviation art and his surrealism. See first hand his series of war paintings inspired by a trip to The Somme

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I have been painting for 25 years since I gave it a try at a night class. I was hooked and I haven't stopped making art with passion since. The desire to make paintings with feeling came later and then getting emotion in art became my goal. It still is.

My art has been exhibited widely within the UK including the Royal Watercolour Society and  internationally with leading societies such as The American Watercolor Society and The Canadian Society for Painters in Watercolour.

I use watercolour but do not consider myself a traditional watercolourist as I am not concerned about transparency.

I was inspired to make art with passion and to put feeling into paintings after an art tutor said to me "Don't be concerned with does it look right ask yourself does it feel right?". That set me free from realism and I soon became interested in abstraction (most every artist starts with realistic paintings and moves towards abstraction).

I found that for me an abstract painting without passion or feeling is decorative and has no lasting interest. I was lucky another tutor told me to "Find my passion!" After a while I understood that he meant find and paint something you feel strongly about. I did and I have been painting my passions ever since.