Nigel Brown’s work is iconically New Zealand. He integrates both painted image and text often providing a socio-political commentary on the human encounters (or clashes) between nature and culture.
A founding member of the pressure group VAANA (Visual Artists Against Nuclear Arms) in 1984, Brown’s paintings and prints of this period tackled relevant issues not only on nuclear weaponry but also on feminism and the peace movement.
Image Dimensions: 1200mm W x 790mm H
Framed Dimensions: 1440mm W x 995mm H