Rory Browne (1966) is widely known for his vibrant and richly textured mixed media landscapes. Following his education in Dorset, he gained a “distinction” on the Foundation course at Middlesex University. He went on to study Illustration at the Chelsea School of Art where he enjoyed fine art printmaking and then went on to focus on mixed media painting.
Since graduating, Browne has worked as a freelance artist within both the private and corporate sector. He has acquired a number of awards for his city landscape mixed media work. Browne has also contributed to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition on a number of occasions. His work is featured in public and private collections both in the UK and abroad, including British Gas, Rank Xerox, London Borough of Barnet and Hertfordshire County Council.
Browne’s atmospheric landscapes seek to reflect the beauty and power of the natural environment. His work alludes to a spiritual as well as a physical entity. Browne has won a number of prestigious awards and been featured in numerous articles, including Country Living magazine. A graduate of the Chelsea School of Art, he now lives in Harpenden, Hertfordshire with his wife and three children.