The Charlie Murray Gallery

Our resident artist and owner Charlie Murray, from Cheshire, is a partially sighted digital artist with a distinctive style of subtle-colour artworks as a means of self-expression through her visually impaired eyes. It is a delight to see how she uses her imagination to express the world as she sees it. She began digital art when it became the only medium available through the use of a magnified computer screen as opposed to canvas or sketch book, proving anything can be achieved in adversity. Her latest collection exclusively available through The Yellow Café is inspired by Vincent Van Gogh. 

The Vincent Today Collection

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Title: Starry Night

This piece was inspired by Vincent Van  Gogh's Starry Night painted in 1889

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Vincent's Eye.jpg

Title: Vincent's Eye

This piece was inspired by the colours of Vincent Van Gogh's eye in his final self portrait painted in 1889

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Three White Huts In Saintes Maries.jpg

Title: The Yellow Café

This piece was inspired by the colours of Vincent Van  Gogh's Three White Huts In Saintes Maries painted in 1888

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Almond Blossom.jpg

Title: Almond Blossom

This piece was inspired by Vincent Van  Gogh's Almond Blossom

painted in 1890

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Title: Midnight Sun

This piece was inspired by the colours of Vincent Van Gogh's Café Terrace at Night Painted in 1888

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Final Vincent.jpg

Title: Memory Garden

This piece was inspired by Vincent Van  Gogh's Memory Of The Garden of Etten (Ladies of Arles) 

Painted in 1888

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