Colour in Winter Exhibition

A selection of original works on display in Christopher's sith Solo Exhibition.

The exhibition took place st Waterloo Gardens Tea Rooms in Lakeside Cardiff from Nov 2017 to February 2018. Featured Langley's Pen y Fan series of oil paintings.
Photographs by Peter James Morgan Photograpy.


Three lucky visitors to the launch of a new exhibition by Welsh artist Chris Langley will win an original oil painting in a draw to raise funds for the Terrence Higgins Trust.
The exhibition at the Waterloo Gardens Tea Rooms and Gallery at Clearwater Way, Lakeside, Cardiff, will be launched between 6pm and 8pm on Thursday (December 7).
A draw will take place to win one of the paintings – entry to the draw will be just £1 per ticket.
Chris said: “The Terrence Higgins Trust does vital work in educating people about and combatting HIV and AIDS, and I am proud to regularly support it.
“This exhibition, The Colour In Winter, opened to the public on December 1, World Aids Day, so fundraising for the trust was a natural choice.”
The oil paintings of Welsh landscape scenes were painted specially for the exhibition. (See images of the paintings attached).
Oher works on display include Newton Beach and Tranquility.
South Wales Art Society committee member Chris Langley is inspired by the landscapes, the buildings, and the people of Wales.
He works in oils, acrylics, and mixed media, and his most recent work includes a series of stunning images of Welsh beaches and atmospheric scenes of Pen y Fan.
The self-taught artist, who grew up in Pontypridd, says: “Painting has been my passion ever since I was a child, something which has been at the heart of my life throughout all my career moves. Now, my aim is to make it the focus of my working life.”