Meet Welsh Artist / Cwrdd â’r Artist Cymreig Christopher Langley.
Croeso/Welcome to the unique and colourful world of Christopher Langley!
Langley is in demand for commissions both from private and business clients, where his work features in collections worldwide. His varied unique styles bring a sense of vibrancy and atmosphere to any room.
On purchase of an original work, a visit your home or business can be arranged if required, where the best location for your painting can be personally suggested.
A list of Langley’s extensive exhibitions can be seen here.
The Story | Y Hannes
O ddamwain y môr ar greigiau yn Sir Benfro i fanylion pensaernïol cymhleth ei drefweddau, cwrdd â’r artist Chris Langley. Mae Chris yn cael ysbrydoliaeth fawr yn ei amgylchoedd Cymreig.
Wedi’i godi ym Mhontypridd, mae Chris yn artist hunangysgedig y mae ei waith wedi’i ddangos yn Efrog Newydd, Llundain, a nifer o arddangosfeydd Cymreig. Mae aelod pwyllgor o Gymdeithas Gelf De Cymru (SWAS) ac arlunydd preswyl yng Nghyrchfan Celtic Manor, Chris bellach yn byw yng Nghaerdydd.
From Pontypridd, Langley is a self-taught artist whose work has been shown in New York, Glasgow, London, and Cardiff. With two National Welsh Exhibitions sponsored by Julie Morgan AM and Mick Antoniw AM., under his belt and extensive on-line media and TV coverage, Langley’s work is beginning to be collectible.
Artist in residence at the Celtic Manor Resort and the David Lloyd Tennis Centre, Cardiff, Langley produces styles raging from oil based impressionism to digital expressionism. He is influenced by David Hockney, Barry Hilton, Gillian McDonald, and Corrie Chiswell.
Cardiff Pub SeriesThe landmark pubs of Cardiff featured in an exhibition. The artwork by Christopher Langley features past and present pubs like The Cow & Snuffers, The Vulcan, The Golden Cross, and The White Swan Hotel.
“My aim is to tell the story of the pubs of the city in a historical and cultural context. So, it would be wonderful to find out more about their interesting histories or stories attached to them.
Cardiff’s pubs have been at the heart of the city’s life for centuries. As many pubs are closing or facing an uncertain future, it’s important that their role is recognised and documented.”