Brockmon Fine Art

Brockmon Fine Art

Education: Tyler - Temple University: One evening class structured for
teachers of art.
Boris Blai, Russian American Sculptor. Melrose Park, PA, one year
Cheltenham Center of Arts: Pottery, one year.
* I am pleased to announce that I am having a solo show at the Congregation Beth Or in Maple Glen PA, starting February 10, 2023, and ending April 10, 2023, in the beautiful Olitzky Gallery. Open Monday thru Fridays from 9 - 4. Call me an arrange a time to walk through together.

Retired from business life since 2005, I now spend most of my time drawing, painting, and doing pastels. I have devoted these last years to honing my skills and learning...always learning.
My art is mostly realistic/impressionistic and reflects the natural world. I paint from my heart and from memories accrued from my many years of life's experiences. I take inspiration from the natural world, IE., the dog park or my wonderful vacations in New England and Maine with its mountains, lakes, amazing coastline, islands, and stunning scenery. Also, I take inspiration from the lovely paths I walk near my home and the quiet beauty that is the rolling hills of Pennsylvania and beauty in the Philadelphia region, in which I live.
Although mostly untrained, I strive for excellence in all that I do. My latest commissions were inspired from an African Safari and a several portraits of beloved pets.

Please feel free to contact me: 267-474-5789 or for further information. Also, please leave me a message to avoid being deleted as a scam call. Such are the times we live in.
2017 Best in Show - Haddon Fortnightly's’, "Through a Woman's Eyes", juried show. "Tumbled Rocks," sold to Rosie and Lee Hymerling
2018 Best in Show - Haddon Fortnightly's, "Through a Woman's Eyes", juried show. "The Path at Ralph Morgan Park," Jenkintown, PA
2020 Certificates of Excellence from the Global Artios Gallery virtual show, The Art of Being Alone, for "Milky Way at 'Raven's Cliff'," and "Wings to Fly."
2021 Honorable Mention/Special Recognition by the Philadelphia Tri-State Artists Equity Juried show themed: UNSTOPPABLE, for 'Wings to Fly.'
2022 Best Painting - Haddon Fortnightly's, "Through a Woman's Eyes," juried show, 'View from my Deck'.
2022 5th place - Contemporary Art Gallery online exhibition for, "Serenity, a Lake in Maine."
2022 Painting/Drawing Juried Competition 'Serenity, a Lake in Maine'.
2022 Honorable Mention, AOY (Arts Center of Yardley), "The View from my Deck" Judge, Amanda Burden, Senior Curator Brandywine River Museum
2022 I was a Judge for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives,2022 Congressional Art Contest/Congressman Brendan F. Boyle, at

Additional Honorable Mentions in digital shows both national and international. I am fortunate to have works in local prestigious collections and throughout the USA and Europe.

Maine Art


Incidental Art

Small paintings