Christopher Galligan, a California native living in Los Angeles,
began painting when he was 10 years old.
Galligan's style has won over collectors, interior designers, retail chains
and pet lovers worldwide. He has been featured nationally
on television and in Hollywood movies, including "Scrubs,"
"Nip Tuck," "New Adventures of Old Christine,"
"Bones," "The X-list," "iCarly," "Medium," "House," "Parks and Recreation" and "Melrose Place." TV commercials include "Mega Millions," "Oreo," "Intuit," "KFC" and "Walmart." His work is also featured
on the big screen in "The Hottie & the
Nottie" starring Paris Hilton.
Galligan's paintings are owned by many well- known celebrities,
including Anthony Hopkins ("The Silence
of the Lambs"), Matthew McConaughey ("Fool's
Gold" and "Sahara"), Brian Wilson (The
Beach Boys), Carla Gucini ("Spy Kids"), John
Cleese ("Monty Python"), Connie
Britton ("Friday Night Lights"), Kate
Beckinsale ("The Aviator"), Bill
Maher, comedian and “Real Time” host,
as well as motivational guru Anthony Robbins, just
to name a few.
Galligan has been published in various magazines, including "Animal
Fair," "944," "Metropolitan Home," "Coastal Living," "The Weekly
Star", "Beauty News L.A.," "The Corsair," "Decor Magazine" and the
list goes on…
Demand for Galligan’s work
continues to flourish on the strength of gallery sales,
word-of-mouth among collectors and media praise. Today,
Galligan's work is headed in many exciting directions,
with a number of new projects such as a home-living line called Galligan Living that launched in 2010 with massive momentum. Its first line of products hit the shelves in thousands of stores nationwide and in Canada.
Chris Galligan is the proud father of two sons who continuously
give him the motivation to keep refining and reinventing
his craft. As a strong proponent of child and animal welfare,
Galligan often donates his work to assistance organizations,
and a portion of every sale goes to nonprofit groups who
share his ideals of peace, harmony and happiness for all
Copyright © 2008-2015. Christopher
Galligan. All Rights