AWARDS AND ACCOLADES 


Fighting the  Elements

International Artist Magazine:

 

Brian was awarded a Finalist prize by the prestigious International Artist magazine for his painting 'Hustle & Bustle'.  Brian was featured with a full page spread based on his work and inspirations in the December 12/January 13 issue of International Artist.

 


Hustle & Bustle

International Artist Magazine:

Brian was awarded a Finalist prize by the prestigious International Artist magazine for his painting 'Hustle & Bustle'.  Brian was featured with a full page spread based on his work and inspirations in the December 12/January 13 issue of International Artist.


Pilgrims Kerela

Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours 2011

 

This exhibition was at The Mall Gallery, London,  and featured two of Brian's pieces "Closing In" and "Pilgims, Kerela" which was awarded the Matt Bruce award for most outstanding use of light and colour.


In Need of Attention

The Royal Watercolour Society

Open Competition 2011

 

The Bankside Gallery, London was where Brian's Painting "In Need Of Attention" was awarded a prize by "The Artist".


Simple Pleasure

The Lake Artists Summer Exhibition has accepted two of Brian's watercolours, "Friends Reunited" and "Simple Pleasures", at their exhibition at New Hall, Grasmere.

Pictures are shown left and can be seen in the watercolours portfolio.


 

Dress Rehearsal

Brian had 2 works accepted for the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour Exhibition 2014.

The paintings, shown left, were Dress Rehearsal & Collection Point

 

LASTEST NEWS

 Im thrilled to announce that two of my newest Paintings HARBOUR HOMES & OLD AND NEW have been accepted into the Royal Institute of Watercolour painters.  The Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI) seeks the best in contemporary watercolour and watermedia painting. Since its foundation in 1831, the RI has promoted the essentially English art of watercolour. The RI was formed to exhibit the best watercolours and to show non-members’ works alongside that of members, a policy still followed today. 

Im thrilled to announce that two of my newest Paintings HARBOUR HOMES & OLD AND NEW have been accepted into the Royal Institute of Watercolour painters.

The Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI) seeks the best in contemporary watercolour and watermedia painting. Since its foundation in 1831, the RI has promoted the essentially English art of watercolour. The RI was formed to exhibit the best watercolours and to show non-members’ works alongside that of members, a policy still followed today. 

OLD AND NEW