"Elsewhere" Sept Wed 6th at Waterways Ireland

The exhibition was inspired by conversation at Annamakerig and is a response to the notion of "Elswhere". The work flirts with a range of stimuli from skeletal boat wrecks to portraiture. The paintings attempt to portray layers of experience and memory through a range of impulsive responses both literal and emotional. The subject matter ranges from the observed to the remembered and imagined, and aims to create a visual dialogue and starting point for  recall, imagination and reflection. This journey of interaction and interpretation is supported with poetry and prose. The journey or "Iomhramh" (a voyage of discovery) reflects the Artist's respect for the elements and the effects of time upon abandoned wrecks as well as the consequences of ageing portrayed upon the faces and hands of individuals. The work is contained within twelve large canvases.

 

 

 

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