Mark Allen's Collectors Club

Over the course of my art career, I have had the fortunate pleasure of meeting amazing patrons who have supported my creativity. The Collectors Club is a special recognition to these individuals. If you are interested in starting your collection and joining the ranks of patrons, feel free to contact me at markallenconcepts@gmail.com

Thank you.


The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation

The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation is based in Los Angeles, California. Billie Milam, the current president of the foundation, began collection Mark Allen's underwater photographs while a freshman at Pepperdine University, where one of their namesake museums is located. Mark Allen's work is included in the collection alongside originals by Warhol, Lichtenstein, De Kooning, Picasso, Rothko, and many other notable artists. 

 "Svegn-G-Englar" (Sleepwaling Angel) part of the Weisman Art Foundation

"Svegn-G-Englar" (Sleepwaling Angel) part of the Weisman Art Foundation

 "Alas" part of the Weisman Art Collection

"Alas" part of the Weisman Art Collection


The Doyle's + The Davitt's

The Doyle's and the Davitt's (multi-generational collectors) have collected many Mark Allen originals and prints over the past 6 years. The Doyle's house in Bartlesville, OK and the Davitt's apartment in Oakland, CA are honorary museums to the art of Mark Allen. Notable work in their collection is an early water photograph "Lady of Shalott," linear halftone painting "Red Face (Kat Moss)," as well as new black and white linen paintings, "Black Canyons I+II." 

 "Lady Of Shalott" and "Black Canyons I + II" Collection of The Doyle's

"Lady Of Shalott" and "Black Canyons I + II" Collection of The Doyle's

 "Lady Of Shalott Repeating" (silkscreen) Collection of the Doyle's

"Lady Of Shalott Repeating" (silkscreen) Collection of the Doyle's


The Allen's

The Allen's (no relation) are collectors based in Wimberly, Texas. They began collecting work by Mark Allen in his senior year at Pepperdine University. They own a range of his paintings from his early Cowboy series, American Identity (mask) series, and Fumage series. Notable works include "Bandit" and "Residuals."

 "The Bandit" from the Fumage series. Collection of the Allen's

"The Bandit" from the Fumage series. Collection of the Allen's

 "Residuals" from the Fumage series. Collection of The Allen's

"Residuals" from the Fumage series. Collection of The Allen's


The Hill's

The Hill's are the newest members of Mark Allen's Collectors Club. Their home in Kansas City, Kansas currently features several commissioned underwater photographs of their sons, as well as Mark Allen's first Mandela Effect painting, a new 2017 series.

 "Forgotten Melodies (Mandela Effect" and underwater photographs installed in the collection of The Hill's.

"Forgotten Melodies (Mandela Effect" and underwater photographs installed in the collection of The Hill's.


The Doan's

The Doan's began collection Mark Allen's work at his first exhibition of underwater photographs in 2010. Multigenerational collectors, they are also dear family friends. Their art collection is displayed in their home as well as the offices of their medical practice. Notable works include underwater photograph, "Alas," halftone mural "Big Ben," halftone painting, "Plato," and their latest aquisition from 2017 "AI Painting #1 (I'm Not Sure How)."

 "AI Painting #1 (I'm Not Sure How)" collection of the Doan's on display in their medical practice.

"AI Painting #1 (I'm Not Sure How)" collection of the Doan's on display in their medical practice.