Atlanta-based, contemporary artist Stacy Brown’s drive and passion have led him to a 22-year-long career of success — with most of his art being expressed through paper, canvases, and glass art. Brown’s art style is inspired by urban neighborhood schemes and traditional landscapes. He uses his roots in watercolor and current trends to create engaging work that is at the forefront of modern art.

“I paint what I see, and use my imagination to keep it interesting,” Brown describes his creative process.

He is best known for his murals at Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint restaurant near Downtown Atlanta and Farm Burger restaurant located in Buckhead. And, you may have already seen Brown’s work as it had been featured on several popular TV shows like “Here Today,” starring the infamous Tiffany Haddish; NBC’s “Chicago P.D.”; and Netflix’s hit show “Grand Army.”

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His interior design collection, which includes the “Our Colorful People” canvas, has captured the eyes and hearts of everyone in the city of Atlanta. With a style that is always evolving, Stacey Brown’s work surprises audiences with variations on urban culture and he never fails to put his own personal touch into every piece.You can check out Brown’s canvases that are available for sale at sbrownart.com.

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