Lorraine Christie: December 1st - LePrince Charleston Art Galleries on King Street

Lorraine Christie: December 1st

Lorraine Christie's Art Exhibition at LePrince Fine Art, Charleston

Mark the Date:

On Friday, December 1st, from 5-8 pm, art enthusiasts and admirers will gather at LePrince Fine Art in Charleston. They're coming to witness the illustrious works of Lorraine Christie. Contact the gallery for more details.

About Artist Lorraine Christie:

From Belfast, Northern Ireland, Lorraine Christie carved a niche for herself in the art world. Born in 1967, she began with an undying passion for art. Even with formal training in London, she sees herself as 'self-taught'. This self-belief drives her continuous evolution as an artist.

Her Craft:

Dive into her works, and you'll see colors reminiscent of the impressionist masters and often times a vibrant pop of red.  She plays with shadow and light to create a moody romantic landscape. Whether capturing the energy of a city or the calm of intimate moments, her canvas says it all. Impressively, her creations mirror the genius of art legends like Edgar Degas and Jack Vittriano.

Achievements and Recognition:

Firstly, His Majesty King Charles III purchased two of her paintings. The Royal houses of Denmark and Sweden also admire her, adding her paintings to their collection. Moreover, Lorraine Christie's artwork also adorns homes in Singapore, Japan, South Africa, and Northern Ireland.

A Journey Through Time:

Since 1990, Lorraine has exhibited her creations across multiple continents. W.H. Patterson Gallery, Belfast Castle, and several US art magazines have highlighted her skill. Currently, Lorraine resides in Greater Atlanta, Georgia. Yet, her paintings find homes globally, symbolizing love, hope, and so much more.

In summary, Lorraine Christie beautifully marries tradition with modernity. Her upcoming exhibition promises a visual treat, encapsulating emotions and stories in every brushstroke. Don't miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in her captivating world at LePrince Fine Art, Charleston.

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