Brian Haverlock holds an M.A. in theology from Washington Theological Union, as well as a B.F.A. in painting from East Carolina University. He is a 2007-08 recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, among other awards, and his works have been featured in solo and group exhibitions at Greene Contemporary and Allan Stone Gallery in New York City, and throughout the U.S. Brian was born in North Dakota and now lives and works in Sarasota, Florida.
Haverlock's work expresses recalled memories and sensitive reflections of events, situations and individuals he has met, known, or experienced. Using as inspiration the initial manifestation of mechanized art ' daguerreotypes ' the artist incorporates those earlier vocabularies as he combines with precise drawing techniques ' pencil ' the images and visual syntax of a uniquely recombined and delightfully innocent vision of reality into miniature artworks. Haverlock's images delight and surprise the viewer with their grandeur and often poignant simplicity and visual complexity.