JoLoMo Evening Summerlight
Limited edition JoLoMo Evening Summerlight umbrella.
John Lowrie Morrison OBE, known as Jolomo, is a Scottish contemporary artist, producing expressionist oil paintings of Scottish landscapes. In the last decade he has become one of Scotland’s most successful living artists. In the 2011 New Year’s Honours List he received an OBE for services to art and to charity in Scotland. He lives and works in Argyll.
“My enduring fascination with the Scottish croft goes back a long way. My family came from a ‘blackhouse croft’ on the Isle of Harris… The croft still stands although modernised… so my roots are in a croft. This has led me to paint crofts all my life… my first croft drawings and paintings being in the 1950’s… I am obsessed with the croft gable end… even when a croft is disused as with crofts cleared during the Highland Clearances… The croft may fall down in ruin… but the gable end remains like an epitaph!”
The square canopy of this John Lowrie Morrison art umbrella is printed with the Evening Summerlight Isle of Gigha design. Sold on a limited edition basis only. Only 25 available and each individually numbered and signed.
Do you know someone who collects JoLoMo’s art? This unique official JoLoMo art umbrella is the perfect gift.
And here we have a totally unique, new concept of square umbrellas.
Our square umbrella has individually spring tensioned ribs, a canopy width of 94 cm (37″), or 136 cm (around 4 ft 6 inches) from corner to corner. There’s plenty of room for two. Furthermore, the length is approximately 102 cm (40″), from top to toe. It is the perfect fashionable and unique golf sized square umbrella.