Hello and welcome to the online art gallery of professional Welsh Artist, Chris Chalk, where you'll find a collection of original landscape paintings, pet portraits, portrait paintings & wildlife art for sale.
Browse through galleries of original oil paintings, visit the prints page to buy limited edition prints, or simply email me and let me know how I can help.
Commissioning a painting is an easy process, whether it's a pet portrait, portrait, wildlife or landscape painting. If you have a favourite photograph you'd like as a oil painting, email it through to me for a free no obligation quote. Find out much more about how to commission a painting here.
The landscape paintings for sale on this website are mostly inspired by the west Wales landscape. You can buy paintings of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion & Carmarthenshire, and paintings of North Wales and Snowdonia National Park. As well as Welsh Art for sale, visit the New Zealand paintings gallery to buy paintings inspired by my adventures overseas.
Like many Welsh landscape artists I am drawn to paint the rugged Welsh coastline, and you will find local beach paintings of Llangrannog, Mwnt, Cwmtydu, New Quay, Aberporth, Tresaith and Aberaeron. Heading south from Cardigan there are landscapes and seascape paintings of Pembrokeshire and it's beaches and villages, including Poppit beach, Ceibwr bay, Newport, Fishguard, Lower Fishguard Harbour, Strumble lighthouse and on down the Welsh coastline.
You'll also find rural landscapes of the upland areas of Mid and West Wales, paintings of the Preseli Mountains and Pembrokeshire National Park, the Teifi valley and further west into the Tregaron and Cambrian mountains area.
The pet portrait paintings, portrait paintings and wildlife galleries contain a mixture of past commissions and my own work.
"I am delighted with the pictures which represent a great example of your skill and artistic talent. They also remind me so much of happy times spent in West Wales many years ago."
"Hi Chris, postie has just delivered my beautiful painting!!! all safe and sound......looks fabulous! thank you so much, now to hunt down a really nice frame to set it off, can't wait to show Martin when he gets home, I know he will love it too - THANK YOU!!!"
"After you left, I decided that it would be a shame not to have at least one hanging where I can see it and gain so much pleasure from it straight away, so I have managed to put 'Cenarth' in the dining area. It does look lovely, it really does, what a talent you have."
Recently interviewed by New Zealand newspaper, The Marlborough Express, about my landscape paintings, my career in art and my involvement in the 'Sea & Sounds' exhibition with eleven fellow landscape artists in NZ.
Read The Interview Here >>
I have produced the wildlife art for the covers of two editions of national Welsh wildlife magazine 'Natur Cymru - Nature of Wales'. Natur Cymru is a quarterly magazine about nature and the environment in Wales.
See The Cover Art Here >>
My portrait painting of a Nepalese child 'Nepalese Basket Girl' was used on the cover of UK magazine 'Magnet' for their summer 2014 edition - Published by Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd.
See The Cover Art Here >>
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You may have noticed that there is a new 'BLOG' link on my navigation bar above, which will take you to my new painting and art tips blog.
I get quite a lot of correspondence from art students, fellow artists and people new to painting, asking a range of art related questions. I'm always happy to answer any art questions via email, but I thought I would also share some of the hard won art lessons and tips on the business of being an artist, all in one place here on this new artist's blog.
I hope this new resource may be helpful to student artists, budding artists and anyone involved in the business of art. If you have anything you'd particularly like me to cover, let me know.
Site updated by Chris Chalk: 16th April 2015