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 email@example.com
Another of my depictions of Glasgow’s Arlington Baths Club . I’ve attempted , here , to portray the pool from above and below the waterline to display a tranquil atmosphere
Reflections from below
An acrylic painting of the wonderful Arlington Baths in Glasgow’s West End . I was trying to capture the feeling of a lone swim with light streaming onto the water surface from the skylights . A lovely way to spend an afternoon
Arlington Spring Swim
Sloan’s is a well known bar and venue in Glasgow’s city centre . It has a wonderful grand main stairway but , in this painting , I’ve interpreted the more discreet , back stairs and was particularly attracted to the curved banister
The Red Bannister ( Sloan’s Stairs )
A watercolour depicting the waterlogged path on the path between Kinning park underground station and Paisley Road West on Glasgow’s Southside
Dusk Falling Kinning Park
It sometimes seems that Crewe Station is the interchange for every rail journey in the UK and I’ve certainly spent many hours of my life there . This is a watercolour of a scene I’ve contemplated for much of that time .
Dusk Falling on Platform 6 – Crewe Station
I’ve painted this scene a few times in different sizes . The fine old tree reflects wonderfully on the flooded path
Reflections & floods
A dusk view of a route I take several times a week from Kinning park underground station across Paisley Road West . The drain gets blocked after heavy rain creating wet feet but lovely reflections
Floods at Kinning Park
Dramatic perspective and stained glass in a West-End of Glasgow Close . It’s seen better days though – the tiles at the bottom are quite badly damaged
Stained Glass & Broken Tiles
A watercolour of the stairs in the Dean Gallery , Edinburgh . I’d just been to see the marvelous Escher exhibition in this space so the painting is called , ‘On the Gallery Stairs – After Escher ‘ . Also I suppose , the curving stairs are a little reminiscent of his work .
On the Gallery Stairs – After Escher
A family outing to and from Glasgow’s main ( and best ) art Gallery . A great place to spend a rainy afternoon
A Walk from the Art Galleries