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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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Girl in a striped dress

Another variation on my niece , Carla , on the stairs in the atmospheric , ‘Castle of Park’ tower house .

Girl in a striped dress -Carla’s Castle

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Carla on the stairs

Earlier this year I enjoyed a family holiday in the atmospheric ‘Castle of Park ‘ in Glenluce in the Scottish borders . This is a watercolour of my niece Carla in her lovely striped dress on the 17th Century stairway there .

Carla on the castle stairs

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Hannah

My latest mezzotint . I contemplated calling this ‘Girl with a CND tattoo ‘ but sensibleness prevailed and I stuck with ‘Hannah’

Hannah

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‘Becky’s Back’

I did a drawing of this image about a year or so ago . Well here’s a just finished mezzotint .

Becky’s Back

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Polina

Another fairly recent mezzotint . Polina in Profile ,

Polina in Profile

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Hannah in Profile

A drawing from earlier this week . This was mainly done in a two hour session from life before a little re-working later . Charcoal with acrylic paint highlights .

Hannah in Profile

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Oliver’s View

This is a variation of an earlier watercolour of a close in Rothesay on beautiful Bute . This time though , a feline intruder , Oliver , has entered the scene . The painting was done as a moving in present for the person Oliver allows to live with him and feed him .

Oliver’s View

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Hannah’s Back

I’ve tried to push my technique a little with this painting . It’s quite a large watercolour piece ( 69×43 cm ), painted from life . I started with a reddish wash and lifted some of the colour to produce the highlights before working into it with darker paint and watercolour pencils before adding gouache . I’m planning to develop the technique a little with subsequent work . Apologies to Hannah if I gave her a bit of a stiff neck ….. but then , I’ve always been a pain in the neck I suppose .

Hannah’s Back

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Reds & Greens

This is the close of a friend . Because of security doors most of the tenements I can get access to seem to be those of people I know , these days . Anyhow , this lovely , spiral stairway is on the outskirts of Rothesay on beautiful Bute . As is often the case , I struggled for a title so fell back on a description of the colours .

Reds & Greens

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Dunoon Pier

The lovely , but slightly dilapidated Dunoon Pier building , overlooking the Clyde estuary in beautiful Argyll .

Reflections at Dunoon Pier

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