Norma K. Brown is an artist of versatility and style, a specialist in British subjects, with paintings in galleries across the United States and England.
Norma lived all her life with a dream to paint in England, and when visiting there became enchanted with English tea rooms. As a result, she recruited a writer friend, Gladys Lewis, to collaborate with her in developing Loaves and Hyacinths, Tea Rooms in London and East Anglia. With Norma creating the paintings to illustrate the writings by Lewis, their joint effort became a reality and was published in 1999. Norma’s paintings continue to reflect her interest in British culture and subjects.
Norma is married to minister, Lavonn D. Brown, is the mother of three and grandmother of five.