Douglas Brown

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June 17, 2014

His body of work includes many water colours from 30 years of autumn painting expeditions to Nova Scotia.

Stonehurst, N.S., 14" x 19" ~ Douglas Brown

A graduate of the faculty of architecture, University of Toronto, in 1958, Douglas Brown spent 37 years in private architectural practice before retiring to devote more time to his family and painting, including evening studies at the Ontario College of Art. His body of work includes many water colours from 30 years of autumn painting expeditions to Nova Scotia. His more recent work is inspired by the landscapes of Simcoe and Dufferin counties. His paintings have frequently been included in the juried Headwaters Arts Festival Show and at the Mad & Noisy Gallery in Creemore. [email protected]

Signe Ball is publisher/editor of In The Hills.

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