Browan Lollar's southeastern roots and surrealistic eye blend to create colorful, dark images.
Born in Knoxville, Tenn., his childhood took him to Atlanta, Ga., and finally to Muscle Shoals, Ala., where he took root and used his surroundings and experiences as inspiration for his works.
As a three-year-old, he doodled in church, and immersed himself in painting at the age of 12. Since then, he has been sought after by bands such as The Fiddleworms, The Bear, Red Mouth and Jason Isbell to create full circle concept designs for their albums. Lollar's art has been displayed in several galleries in the southeast. His album art for Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit's first two records has been featured in more than 30 magazines, including Blurt, Spin, Entertainment Weekly, No Depression, and Rolling Stone, as well as many late night television shows.
In 2012 Lollar released the solo EP "For The Givers And The Takers", which he recorded while living in Muscle Shoals. Later that same year he helped form Birmingham based soul band St. Paul and The Broken Bones. The band has since released two eps, and two full length records, "Half The City" in 2014, released on Muscle Shoals based label Single Lock Records, and "Sea Of Noise", released on the RECORDS label in 2016.
Browan currently lives in Birmingham, AL with his wife Alison, daughter Everett and beagle Jake.