Artist, Designer, Beauty Enthusiast
Luke Brown was born with a paintbrush in one hand and a portal to the parallel in the other.
If you have been to psychedelic culture gatherings around the world, you probably came across him live painting and displaying his artworks. Luke's creative expression taps into something bigger than ourselves, activating the mind and stimulating the creative spirit within us.
Born in Ontario Canada into a creative and supportive family, Luke received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Ontario College of Art and Design in 1998, and today is one of the world’s most well-known and sought out Visionary Artists.
Visionary Art is art that purports to transcend the physical world and portray a wider vision of awareness, including spiritual or mystical themes, or is directly based upon such experiences.
Luke intends to take the viewer through an alternative dimension; a transpersonal domain beyond time and space, contributing to the expansion of collective consciousness. The embodiment of mystical experience by means of the colourful symmetries in his work are timeless and magical. His paintings are direct translations of personal experiences of heightened inner-vision. Each of Luke’s paintings require hundreds of hours of work, taking anywhere from six months to two years to complete.
Luke paints in oils and acrylics as well as utilising digital mediums in his explorations of the infinite inner expanse. He is best known for his obsessive attention to detail, using the smallest brushes available. He is also passionate about creating multi-media sculptural works.
For the past 20 years he has exhibited worldwide, and alongside renowned luminaries such as Alex Grey, HR Giger, Ernst Fuchs and Robert Venosa. He has taught at the Visionary art Academy in Vienna, sharing his knowledge and skills with the next generation of visionary artists.
Luke’s art is on permanent display worldwide, and has been purchased by collectors such as the HR Giger Museum in Switzerland, Alex Grey’s Chapel of Sacred Mirrors in New York, Robbie Williams, the Pritzker family, and most recently Meow Wolf has unveiled his work in their newest Las Vegas exhibition.