Original abstract artwork

Featured in Contemporary Professional Painters and Sculptors

48×36 in.

Oil, oil stick, oil pastel, spray enamel on gallery canvas

To purchase original please contact AlanTaylorJeffries@ugallery.com

Thanks for taking the time to look at my work.


  • bobart
    bobartover 3 years ago

    Great Work Alan! Very strong, bold colours here, I like the intense felling given by the dense structure. I see the faces/masks have fully materialized in your work, interesting addition and fits with dream concept.

  • Many thanks my friend!

    – Alan Taylor Jeffries

  • John Douglas
    John Douglasover 3 years ago

    yeah intense for sure – love the faces and marks – your being away off-site makes seeing your latest an extra joy

  • Bless you John!

    – Alan Taylor Jeffries

  • Marlies Odehnal
    Marlies Odehnalover 3 years ago

    like that, Alan

  • GloveBox
    GloveBoxover 3 years ago

    Your work reminds me of Basquiat. Really great!

  • jonathantal
    jonathantalover 3 years ago

    This is very good !!!

  • doreen connors
    doreen connorsover 3 years ago

    missed this one Alan! Great!… so appropriate for me today! lol

  • wendy88
    wendy88over 3 years ago

    i love this.

  • Thanks Wendy!

    – Alan Taylor Jeffries

  • Natasha  Perova
    Natasha Perovaover 3 years ago


  • :) Thank you

    – Alan Taylor Jeffries

  • blackalbino
    blackalbinoover 3 years ago


  • Can I put you as a reference on my resume? LOL Much appreciated.

    – Alan Taylor Jeffries

  • Jerry Kirk
    Jerry Kirkalmost 3 years ago

    I am sorry, Alan… but I just can’t get past the um… ‘similarity’… to Basquait’s work. Hopefully you’ll evolve and move past he who’s work obviously inspires you the most because, after checking out your portfolio, I’m left with the notion that what you are doing is mimicry. I LOVE Basquiat but he was an original. You really need to find your own voice. And no, I’m not trying to be mean…

  • Hi Jerry, nice to meet you. Yes I am heavily indebted to Basquiat & I do hope to evolve past his influence, although I would point out that Basquiat was himself greatly indebted to Dubuffet & Twombly, more or less “stealing” from them. I think it was Picasso who said good artists borrow but great artists steal, & Basquiat, speaking of influence, said something to the effect that it was someone else’s idea going through “my new mind.” Have you seen the film about him called “The Radiant Child”? I recommend it to a Basquiat fan. It explores some of these issues. Anyway, there are many current artists, some quite famous, who share a Basquiat sensibility. (Check out Ben Young, Lyle Carbajal, Christopher Chorney, & Eddie Martinez for example.) So yes, I do hope eventually to take what I’ve learned from Basquiat & others & forge something new, but in the meantime I do the best I can with limited abilities to produce art in a style that I myself enjoy.

    – Alan Taylor Jeffries

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