I once heard that every artist wants to look at their canvas and see
themselves. I’ve developed a style that lends itself to imperfection, just
as I am imperfect. I sometimes leave spaces that one would intuitively
desire to give a more finished look, and by doing so, allow the viewer to
complete the story. I “aspire to live a quiet life, to mind my own
business, and to work with my own hands.” I’m a believer and follower of
Jesus Christ, imperfect but made perfect only through Him, working with my
hands for His glory, not mine. I’m very thankful that I’m able to do and
share something that I love, and I hope to bring others closer to Him
through this gift of art.

Born and raised in Glencoe, Alabama, Gina Brown earned a B.A. in graphic
design, and worked several years as a graphic artist and eventually owned
her own advertising agency. She is married to her high school sweetheart
and has three beautiful children. She’s a member of Oil Painters of America
and a signature member of the American Impressionist
Society. Gina is represented in galleries in North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.