Our latest Exhibition sees a selection of work from North West artist Chris Mcloughlin. Chris paints “En Plein Air” often climbing mountains in order to gain the best views for his pieces. We are showing framed original oil paintings, large oils on canvas as well as a selection of framed prints. His smaller oils start from just £395 and are fabulous pieces of work for the money. Prints available from just £125 (mounted but unframed).
A breathe of fresh air in this miserable winter weather.
Chris’ work is based on the intuitive approach of observation, painting the objects of his pieces directly from the senses. As a result of his approach, Chris’ work highlights and decodes the main visual material of his outcomes with the contemporary twist of hinting but not specifying on the details. The heart of Mcloughlin’s studies are of areas he explores the most (and places he’s yet to explore) – examples being the Lake District, Kazakhstan and the Orkney Islands. Almost contradicting the previous statement of hinting, Mcloughlin’s works are captured at specific times, contrasting from the early morning to sunset. Chris has been featured in many publications such as Lancashire life, Art of England, DiscoverArt Magazine, the Cumberland News and interviewed by BBC radio, being an established artist with his unique approach.
Chris’ work and that of several other artists of the Longitude make a fine gift for Christmas. Join us for a coffee and cake and observe the renowned quality of current exhibiting artists in person on the 22nd December. The current exhibition is also open until 22nd December.