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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”.

You can contact Bryan at daibry2000@yahoo.co.uk

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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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Southside

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 .

Polina-in-Profile

 

 

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Snow-Time

We’re into June and sunny Summer is definitely with us in the West of Scotland so in an effort to post the most inappropriate image I can , here’s one from earlier in the year . ‘Silhouettes in the snow ‘ . Amazing to think that this was just a short 2-3 months ago .

Silhouettes in the snow

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Millport

Millport , on the beautiful island of Cumbrae in the Clyde estuary has , for decades been a favourite day-trip for Glaswegians seeking sun , sea and holiday alcohol . I first went there in 1987 and didn’t re-visit until very recently , when I stayed the night in the UK’s smallest cathedral on the island . This painting is the first finished piece inspired by that trip ….. but there are more to follow .

Reflections on Millport Shore

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Sally Sitting

A figure study I drew last week . I found the muscles on Sally’s back and arm  fascinating

Sally Sitting

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