Katie Allen Art – ‘Cherry Orchard’
‘Cherry Orchard’ by Katie Allen Art is a limited edition giclee print of 50. Inspired by her travels and Japanese paintings, Katie Allen uses her expressive style to capture the intense beauty of cherry trees.
Accentuate your decor with Katie Allen’s ‘Cherry Orchard’ painting and bring the splendour of cherry blossom into your interior space.
Perfect for lovers of art and nature.
Limited Edition of 50
XLarge: 100 x 80 cm
Large: 80 x 64 cm
Medium: 60 x 48 cm
Small: 40 x 32 cm
Katie Allen Art – Contemporary & Abstract Artist
Katie Allen’s is an exceptionally talented British artist based in Swansea, Wales. She studied Fine Art Painting at the University of Bath and obtained a PGCE in Art and Design from Cardiff University. Since 2006, Katie has been painting full time.
The changing seasons and shades of the landscapes of her beloved South Wales inspire Katie’s artwork. She translates this scenery into rich patterns, forms and colours. When viewed as a whole, her paintings are of landscapes and natural forms – trees and plants, insects and birds. But look a little closer, and you will see detailed abstract patterns made up of intricate designs and beautiful colour harmonies.
A trip to Rajasthan and Lucknow in India in 2006 marked a turning point in Katie’s work. She started experimenting in new ways of painting to create beautiful work for which she is well known.
“I am greatly influenced by Indian art and architecture, calligraphy, Arabic art, Japanese paintings and fabric design. From vast palaces decorated with beautiful intricate patterns composed of gemstones and mirrors to delicate miniature paintings, from the gestural brushstrokes of eastern calligraphy to 20th-century textiles. I strive in my paintings to capture these qualities and to create something beautiful, evocative, delicate and carefully crafted.”
Katie Allen Art has exhibited widely and successfully across the UK, Europe, the Far East and the USA. Alongside her paintings, Katie is currently working on transforming her artwork into glass panels – watch this space!