It was in the ancient grandeur of the Scottish mountains that Orpin first found perspective after the death of her father. The lochs offered stillness and the waterfalls a reassuring predictability. The paintings presented in this show reflect and respond to a longing for a sense of permanence.
We hope you can join us as we open this new exhibition in Bolton on Thursday 27 April, 5-7pm. All welcome.
About the artist
Jen Orpin graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1996 with a degree in Fine Art. She joined Rogue Artist Studios, Manchester in 1999 and has been painting from her studio there ever since. As well as exhibiting in various galleries, her work has been accepted into several North West Open Art exhibitions, one of which awarded her second prize and another a commendation. Her paintings have also featured in the last three series of BBC1 drama, Last Tango in Halifax and Russell T. Davies’ Queer as Folk.