ILLUSTRATIONS by Ken Brown Pioneer

Back from Cimmeria 72 dpi email
Back From Cimmeria
15″ x 22″ Graphite Drawing

While writing Conan the Barbarian…
the author, Robert E. Howard shouted out his stories about the barbaric jungles of Cimmeria.
After typing in his bedroom all night, he came back to the absolute contrast of home.


Watching NASA

The Astronaut
12″ x 24″ Colored Pencil

The night MAN landed on the moon… the water tower was the highest point we could watch from.


Tulsa Time
Tulsa Time
12″ X 16″ Pencil Drawing

Tulsa: Oil Capitol of the World.
A unique composition of Tulsa’s historic cityscape includes
the oldest house in town and the famous Creek Council Oak.



Ken Brown Pioneer
9″ x 12″ Drawing

T he Raven, by Edgar Allan Poe, was inspiration for this pencil drawing.
With a tap, tap, tapping at my chamber door I titled this piece Forevermore


Tell Tale Heart
8″X 10″ Drawing

This drawing was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart“.
He heard the thump, thump, thumping of a beating heart.
I created these “Poe” illustrations in celebration of my hometown library in Cross Plains, TX being awarded a Grant from The National Endowment for the Arts in October 2012.

Shattered Dreams
Shattered Dreams email

Ken Brown Pioneer
12″ x 12″ Pencil Drawing

My interpretation of Pioneer, TX after the Oil-boom went bust.
(This pencil drawing was done to encourage perseverance and
give hope to those going through difficult times)


Union Depot email
Jazz Depot
18″X 18″ Drawing

The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in Tulsa.

Hitting the Road
Hitting the Road email

Ken Brown Pioneer
15″ x 30″ Acrylic on canvas

Matt Brown (my son) chose this painting for the cover of his debut album
“Of All Places” by Lost Day Syndrome.

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Ken Brown Pioneer

One Comment

  1. Your drawings are incredible stunning, beautiful, & thought provoking. Some capture a part of our history and others tap into the mysterious world of great writers. Always enjoy your work.

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