Bryan Evans

Born in Pembrokeshire, West Wales in 1964, Bryan Evans has been based in Glasgow, Scotland, since 1988. He specialises in paintings & prints of Glasgow, Edinburgh and other Scottish towns & cities.

He is predominantly a watercolour painter and also produces etchings and mezzotints, as well as a range of reproduction prints. His watercolours and prints have achieved widespread recognition in Scotland, and he was once memorably hailed in the Glasgow Herald as the “New Scottish Impressionist”.

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2019 Calendar

The ‘Bryan Evans’ 2019 calendar is now available to buy . Just click on the ‘Calendar’ link on the left hand side of this page for more information and details of how to get one .

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St Monan’s Kirk …… again

Another variation on the beautifully atmospheric and somewhat precariously perched , Kirk , in St Monans .


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St Monans

The church in the lovely East Neuk of Fife village of St Monans has probably one of the finest views of any in Scotland . It sits next to the shore , virtually hovering over the beach . In particularly stormy weather , I dare say the congregation have more reason than most to pray . This watercolour depicts it at Dusk . For those who care about technique and materials , for this painting I changed from my usual Bockingford paper to a heavier Arches one . This was partly do do with wanting to experiment with a more dense , wash method and partly to take me slightly out of my comfort zone by using different material .

Dusk on St Monan’s Church

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Wemyss Bay Station ….. again

I’ve painted this structure many times before and intend to do some many times in the future as it’s one of my very favourite buildings . If you’ve not had the chance to see it yet  , take the first opportunity to do so .

Ticket Buying at Wemyss Bay Station

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Blythswood Square

A largely monochrome and moody depiction of Glasgow nightlife in the city centre . This is a study that I began several years ago but was unhappy with and  abandoned , until a few days ago . Something about the unfinished piece appealed  so , in a spurt of enthusiasm I worked on it and finished to my satisfaction today .

Hug by Lamplight – Blythswood Square

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A lovely bright , sunlit close on a fairly run-down street in the Cessnock area of Glasgow . Slightly down at heel areas serve as prime hunting ground for me to find subject matter . The main advantage of this tenement was that there was no security lock at the entrance , so I could quickly nip in to take some photos quite easily . You’re hard pressed to find security-entrance-free closes in the more respectable parts of the city these days . Good for residents , I suppose , but inconvenient for nosey painters of closes

Reflections in Red

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Oran Mor

A study of the moon rising over the West-end of Glasgow . The viewpoint is the corner of Byres road and Great Western Road and is dominated by the imposing presence of the Oran Mor bar and venue . This has been  created out of a converted church and is a favourite night spot for the city’s glitterati .

Moon over Oran Mor

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More Millport

The second of my larger paintings done as a commission of the lovely Millport Harbour


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Bobbing Millport boats

I was recently commissioned to produce a painting of the lovely harbour at Millport on the Scottish West-coast island of Cumbrae . I often work on several paintings on the same theme at once and I’ve managed to produce two similar (ish) ones . The client who commissioned them seems to be pleased with both and is currently deciding . I’ll post an image of the other painting , here , fairly soon .

Boats and Reflections , Millport

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Polina in Profile

A dark and moody figure study , finished last week .




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