30 Aug - 31 Oct | Opens 6 Sept at 6pm 

FLive in partnership with The Devenish Gallery, Fermanagh & Omagh District Council and the South West Acute Hospital promote the art of well being with Fermanagh Landscapes, a solo exhibition by Michael Brown.

The exhibition will officially open with a welcome from Professor Ronan O’Hare and an address by Lord Belmore in the main foyer at the South West Acute Hospital on Thursday September 6th at 6pm.

The exhibition continues in the main foyer at the South West Acute Hospital until October 31st, 2018.

Michael Brown is a contemporary landscape artist working in the post-impressionist tradition. He is an oil painter, printmaker and photographer, drawing inspiration from the natural landscape - from loughs and wetlands, to woodlands and farmland, to bogs and mountain uplands. Michael studied at the art college in Bristol, and has been living in Fermanagh since 1995. Michael works mostly in oil, applying the paint with a palette knife to create texture that compliments his use of colour. He is renowned for his contemporary Irish landscape monotypes, produced by applying ink directly onto a plate and manipulating it to create an image, before taking a one-off print on a hand-worked press. Michael runs courses in drawing, painting and printmaking, and offers one-to-one tuition. His ‘new work’ exhibitions are eagerly anticipated and his fast growing reputation is making his work very collectable as an investment. Michael’s catalogue is available online, to view and make purchases. He also undertakes commissions to meet specific client needs. www.michaelbrownlandscapes.com