Craig Alan

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

Country: United States



Biography

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.