Scottish artist John Lowrie Morrison OBE 'Jolomo' brings the colours of the Scottish landscape to Newcastle/Gateshead in his latest solo exhibition presented by Corrymella Scott Gallery. This exhibition includes striking new pictures by Jolomo, executed with strong, emotive colour depicting the exceptional changing light and colour of the west coast of Scotland including Mull, Iona, Islay, Tiree, Colonsay, Kintyre and Gigha. Also included are paintings of the East coast, including Arbroath, Montrose, Auchmithie and Fishtown of Usan.
John Lowrie Morrison, the Scottish painter who signs himself Jolomo lives and works on the west coast of Scotland. He paints in the expressionist style, his work features vivid, high key colour, and conveys a real sense of spontaneity. He has become something of a phenomenon, his shows have been sell-outs and he has attracted a truly international following, in demand from both individual collectors and corporations alike.
John Lowrie Morrison OBE is the founder of The Jolomo Bank of Scotland Award which is the largest arts award in Scotland and is the UK’s largest privately funded artist award. A percentage of the sales from this exhibition will be donated by the artist to the Carers Trust.
Jolomo paintings in the exhibition are available to view and buy online at www.corrymellascottgallery.co.uk
For further information contact Corrymella Scott:
t: 07763 789112.
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