Christopher Corr is a British artist whose travels around the world inspire much of his work. A trip to India in 1986 resulted in a one-man show, “Well-come To India”, which in turn inspired a book and a short BBC TV film of the same name.
Corr was also involved in the Millennium Stamps Project, which involved a trip to Bosnia to paint SFOR, the Peace-Keeping troops for a commemorative stamp.
More recently, Corr is showing some of his world-inspired work in the Kensington Place as part of their wall art exhibition. The pieces included depict fisherman from all around the world, in places such as India, Brazil, and the Med.
Here are a few of the pieces in the exhibition.