Henry Rowland Painting – “Clown”
Henry Rowland began painting in the late 60’s. He studied fine art painting and photography at The Corcoran School of Art in Washington D.C. in 1970-71 and won First Prize in the Contemporary Abstract Painting category in 1971. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado in 1978 where he continued studying fine art but also studied music, production and film making. This sparked a career in the arts which has lasted to this day.
His paintings have found homes in private collections in Washington D.C., London, New York and Paris. His earlier works were mostly oil and acrylic on canvas. In the 90’s, Rowland began experimenting with oils on harder surfaces, such as poster board and masonite.