Still life bowl of cherries by Chris Quinlan
Still life bowl of cherries by Chris Quinlan by Chris Quinlan
An impressionistic oil painting on canvas of a still life bowl of cherries by Irish still life Irish artist Chris Quinlan. Fruit in a bowl. completed Jan 2018.
Material: Oil on canvas
Original oil painting
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- Price: €360.00
- Size: 020 x 20 cm (8 x 8 inches)
- Medium: Oil
- Framed: yes
- Location: Kilbeggan, Westmeath
- Country: Ireland
Still Life impressionism by Chris Quinlan Art
A still life bowl of cherries, an impressionistic oil painting of a fruit bowl of cherries. This is an oil painting on canvas by Irish still life artist Chris Quinlan. Painting completed Jan 2018.
Painted on a 8″ x 8″ canvas
White professional custom made tray style frame provided.
A certificate of authenticity included
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About Chris Quinlan
Born in 1968 in Co. Tipperary, Ireland and now lives and paints in Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath. His hometown in Templemore provided the foundation for his artistry and his love of travel and nature has hugely influenced his work.
Chris is predominantly a self-taught artist, painting since 1999. His work has evolved overtime, leading to a unique and original chromoluminism/divisionism impressionistic technique of painting with an eye-catching blend of rich colours and bold textures. An inviting and vivid style, sensitivity and atmosphere that envelops the canvas.
My paintings are the result of my desire and passion to paint. Oil Painting gives me the privilege of creating my own order to things, to reflect who I am on this colorful journey of self discovery and to be unafraid to share what I find.
My intended goal is to capture and communicate life’s experiences, moments and memories and convey my painted definition to the viewer. To draw the viewer into the piece and to stimulate and inspire them with its textures and colour.
I am influenced by colours I see, feel and experience. I am in awe of and thoroughly inspired by the old impressionists, particularly the works of Monet, Van Gogh and Sargent with their play of objects and light.
When I begin a painting, it feels unnatural, unorganised and unbalanced, I seize the moment and completely let go and with the knowledge of a new and colourful path, I excitedly await my next adventure.
I will require a thousand lifetimes and a million canvases to paint all the concepts of my imagination.