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Fourth of the #PenyFan series. Oil on canvas presented in a deluxe gallery frame.
A limited palette of oils using both brush and knife techniques 'Clearing Storm over 'Pen y Fan' (pro: pen ur van) is an imagined scene inspired from a collage of the artist's photographs of the general area of Pen y Fan mountains in Wales.
A storm is clearing, at the end of a summers day. A dramatic sky of greys with tones of blue mixing giving way to hues of pinks and yellows to describe a setting sun.
A path of red clay winding through fields leads us to the mid-ground; a small village just on the horizon.
Clumps of trees frame the scene, with the mountains give distance.
The outline of the Brecon mountain of Pen y Fan overlooks the scene adding depth to this unique and original work.
Total size in frame: 32x32". This impressive work will add a very distinct feel to any room.
Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity
W 24.00" x H 24.00" D 3.00"
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Christopher Langley began painting professionally in 2012. Today, Chris gives demonstrations to art societies and schools in addition to being invited to comment on art topics on BBC Radio Wales.
He is a regular contributor to the South Wales Argus, featured on Media Wales and has been invited to exhibit in London as part of London Welsh Arts Week 2018. He is also a member of the 4Network & Zokit Business Communities, promoting art in Wales.
He has appeared on S4C’s Hero for his Cardiff Pub series in addition to being approached to give a feature on Welsh art on TV’s Cefn Gwlad. Chris was invited to exhibit in New York, where one of his paintings was chosen as the event poster at a month-long exhibition.