Craig Alan

United States

Small figures used in figurative, abstract, and conceptual explorations of form.


Craig Alan first recognized his creative drive via crayons on his parents' walls, like many inspired young artists, and by the age of 7 his capacity for detailed visual interpretation became undeniable.

His profilic career is a culmination of artistic knowledge, it keeps an aesthetic sense that has gone from a "slow and studied" application to "fast and precise thought".

Craig's collections run the gamut from abstract expressionism to haunting, graphic realism, each one a reflection of its creator's unique vision. He is most well-known for his Populus series, which drew inspiration from a balcony overlooking Orange Beach, Alabama where patrons enjoying a wedding party seemed to form the shape of eye where they stood.