Brian Dennis specializes in painting the human form, and people surrounded by their particular worlds: the lighting designer with his collection of Victorian lighting instruments, the art collector with his favourite pieces, the novelist with her pen and the desk her carpenter friend gave her...
Brian's 'Portrait of Charlotte Weston' at the Marylebone studio of fashion label Weardowney was included in the Royal Society of Oil Painters 123rd Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, and The Saatchi Burning Bright Exhibition at the Churchill Hotel
I am largely self taught, obsessed with the study of classical portraiture techniques. Formally, I began my art career as a scenic artist intern for the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival after studying as a scenic artist at DeSales University. I came to London to study life drawing, illustration, and creativity in mediums at Central St Martin's in 1996.
September 2012 - Portrait of Charlotte Weston comes in fourth place in Saatchi Online's 'Places and Spaces' Showdown
November 2010 - Portrait of Charlotte Weston featured at pop up flat in 22 Portsea Place, London
October 2010 - Portrait of Charlotte Weston on exhibit at Establishment Weardowney, London
'Nude for Thought', December 2014 - Nolias Gallery, London. One of eight artists exhibiting in this collection of works drawn and painted from life.
'Mirate Mientras Puedas'- June 29 - July 10 2013- a collaboration with Andrea Perisnotto opens in association with MADO (Mardrid Orgullo), and features 'Pillars' Installation
Saatchi 'Burning Bright' - February 2013 (ongoing) Churchill Hotel, London
'Pillars' - June 2012 (ongoing) - a solo installation opens at Gallery 800, Madrid
'Royal Society of Oil Painters 123rd Annual Exhibition' at the Mall Galleries - January 2011, London