As a professional artist, Larrie Brown had various assignments and commissions, including descriptive drawings for the Jamaican Police Force Criminal Investigations Branch.
The Government of Jamaica commissioned him to create portraits of several prominent political figures from Jamaica’s colonial past and contemporary personalities, including prime ministers, national heroes, the Governor-General and other prominent political leaders.
Mr. Brown migrated to the United States in 1989 and continued his work as an artist of exceptional talent. Larrie Brown is a current member of the Nashville Artist Guild, which was started in Nashville in 1950.
His work represents a spectrum of styles from traditional to modern. He is equally at ease, rendering landscapes, portraits, still life, market scenes, seascape, river scenes, flowers, animals, and figurative drawings.