Jazz Brown is an autodidact who uses acrylic paint to create vivid, expressive compositions. His artistic approach presents intense vibration through contrasting hues, shapes, and textures. He is inspired by both the Minimalism art movement and the Bebop jazz offspring from the 1960s. Brown describes his technique as "consciousnesses on canvas."
Exercising geometric proficiency, Brown explores the contrast between the eternal nature of reality and the false perception of duality. Using the present moment as a point of reference, he reveals both formlessness as truth and form as a vehicle of awareness to experience the wonder of the infinite.
Described as a philosophical painter, his work has been exhibited at CoCA, Bellevue Art Museum and Martyr Sauce and was featured in the 2018 City Arts Future List in City Arts Magazine. Brown lives and works in Seattle, WA