Sheridan Brown

“I am currently exploring a “direct style” of painting that emphasizes careful observation and discipline of brushwork. The idea is to lay down one brush stroke at a time and leave it alone. The first stroke is always the easiest as the following brushwork has to relate to it. This style of painting forces me to explore and get to the real essence of a subject without a lot of confusion and unimportant detail.” – Sheridan Brown

Below are examples of Sheridan Brown’s work.  Please contact us for more information.


Boston in Yellow

Boston in Red

Boston in Blue

Midnight in the Garden

The Watcher

White Window

Hanging Out


Playing at the Beach

Resting Place

Beloved Dog

Beloved Dog

Beloved One

Beloved One

White Cat with Blue

White Cat with Blue