Christopher Langley
With celebrities such as Alan Sugar and rugby legend Alun Wyn Jones’ signed portraits to the inspiration of landscapes and people of Wales – meet Welsh artist Christopher Langley. Christopher is a regular contributor to the South Wales Argus and has been featured on BBC Radio Wales, Media Wales and S4C.
Christopher Langley
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$594 - SOLD
Size: 22 H x 67 W x 5 cm

20 x 54 inch Framed with COA.

Man on balcony

Portrait of a man reading on a Mediterranean balcony. Limited canvas print. 23×16 inch.

Turbines in red
Size: 16 H x 11 W x 1 inches

An expressionist semi-abstract study of wind turbines in the Palm Springs area of California, USA. This work was selected by the Lumen Prize top 50 internati0onal works 2013. A print sold at auction in New York during an international tour.

Road to snowdon

A colourful representation of the Snowdon mountain range. Road to Snowdon. Box canvas print ready to hang. 16×23 inch.

London taxi
$358 - SOLD
Size: 18 H x 18 W x 3 cm

Canvas print size 18×18 inch box canvas. A wet night as a London taxi waits.

Angry clown
$749 - SOLD
Size: 23 H x 14 W x 1 cm

Limited box canvas print 23×16 inch to 50 items.

August evening

A romantic view of the famous Llandaff Cathedral set against a late evening sky.

Limited Canvas print.

Boat off shore

A small boat battles the waves near Porthcawl, a South Wales coastal town. A digital work which has been reproduced on box canvas, size 16×23 inch in a limited edition of 50 works.

Bbc news item

Preserving the ‘watering holes’ of CardiffArtist Chris Langley is on a mission to preserve the ‘watering holes’ of Cardiff.He is putting together an exhibition of paintings of past and present city publichouses.Now he has launched an appeal for the stories and memories of pub goers to helpillustrate his works.

He also wants suggestions of other pubs that could feature as part of the collection.The idea is the brainchild of city publican, James Lovegrove. He explained: “ I ampassionate about pubs and the role they play in keeping communities together.Unfortunately too many of them are disappearing.“ I met Chris and loved his work and the idea developed of putting together thiscollection.”

Chris, a self-taught abstract expressionist artist, added: “ I loved the idea of puttingon canvass a unique history of pubs past and present. I have had to use drawingsand photographs for the ones no longer here. They have all been a challenge with somany different styles of architecture and materials to capture.“ Now I want local people to tell me their stories and memories of the different pubsso that we can help bring the collection to life.”A total of 13 paintings have so far been completed and Chris is hoping to add atleast 20 more before the exhibition goes on show later in the year.Stories and ideas for additions to the collection can be sent to him

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