Brockie Stevenson

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THE MASTER NEXT DOOR

Throughout his life, Brockie painted the world outside his window in bold colors and strong shapes. And while that world may have reflected small slices of America, like tiny Glen Echo, Maryland and coastal beach towns in Maine, the impression his work leaves you with is large and Brockie met most of his collectors. They owned a piece of him and his soul and he wanted to know it was in good hands.lasting, and his reputation and legacy (he passed away at the age of 89 in 2009) is even larger still.

“Brockie was always trying to achieve a strong design and balance in his paintings,” explains his wife, Jane. “He would spend hours adjusting different placements of shapes to get it just right.” Two of Brockie’s favorite artists were Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper, and Brockie applied his particular, exacting style to infuse his work with a similar timelessness.”

Brockie’s studio is a veritable museum of the work he joyfully shared with others. “I think Brockie met most of his collectors. They owned a piece of him and his soul and he wanted to know it was in good hands.”

For Jane, Brockie’s desire to connect with his collectors can live on with Studio E. “Brockie enjoyed having people in his studio and showing them what he was working on and how he worked, and that’s the essence of what Studio E does.”

Selected Work

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  • Engine & Firehouse No. 1

    MEDIA: Silk screen print
    DIMENSIONS: Coming Soon

  • Jane's Game

    MEDIA: Silk screen
    DIMENSIONS: 23.5" x 36"

  • Frances' Flyer

    MEDIA: Silk screen
    DIMENSIONS: 36" x 25"

  • Brown's Head Light

    MEDIA: Silk screen
    DIMENSIONS: 41" x 17.5"

  • Debbie's November

    MEDIA: Sllk screen
    DIMENSIONS: 26.5" x 36"

  • Glen Echo

    MEDIA: Silk screen
    DIMENSIONS: 25.5" x 35"

  • Debbie's Fourth

    MEDIA: Silk screen
    DIMENSIONS: 35" x 24"

  • VinalHaven

    MEDIA: Brush and pen


  • Freeman's

    MEDIA: Brush and pen


  • Morning Splendor

    MEDIA: Brush and pen