Please join us to celebrate the opening of Midwestern Landscapes: A Solo Exhibit by Jerry Brown
Midwestern Landscapes Exhibit will run Feb 23rd – March 17th
About the artist:
Jerry Brown was born and raised in Kirksville, Missouri. He enrolled in college in 1964 with no set plan or major field of study in mind. He took several art classes, enjoyed them and was encouraged by his teachers. He soon decided to earn a degree in Art Education. After two years in the Army he earned a Masters Degree in Studio Art from The University of Missouri, Kansas City.
Jerry taught High School art for 30 years. During that time he continued to work on his art, and frequently exhibited his watercolors in local and national shows. Now retired from teaching, he is pursuing his art full time.
Jerry worked as a watercolor artist for 30 years before moving to pastels. Many of the skills he developed with watercolor have influenced the way he uses pastels. He likes to paint a variety of subjects, figurative being his favorite. At present he is busy painting landscapes of his home state of Missouri and neighboring Kansas.
The artist maintains a studio in his Lee’s Summit home. He teaches workshops with a theme of landscapes and/or cloud paintings.
Signature member Pastel Society of America
Signature member Water Color USA Honor Society