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Exploring Spaces

SDC10236

Artspace Artist Anne O’Byrne
07.11. – 27.12.2014
Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre

Artspace artist Anne O’Byrne is showing new work in Group Show at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre, Limavady, Co Derry. The exhibition features the work of twelve established contemporary Irish artists including Adrian O’Connell, Martina Galvin, Eamon O’Kane, Fiona Mulholland, Jennifer Trouton, Nuala ní Fhlathúin, Brian Cregan, Betty Gannon, Jill McKeown, Julie Merriman, Anne O’Byrne and Ian Wieczorek.
Many of the exhibiting award-winning artists are extremely renowned throughout the UK and internationally, participating in prestige art shows and receiving critical acclaim. Curated by Marianne O’Kane Boal, the artists examine place and space in its broadest sense from the macro to the micro and the global to the local where both perceived and imagined spaces are investigated. Featuring paintings, drawings, sculpture and multi-media work, the exhibition is designed to encourage the viewer to think further about their perception of the world that surrounds us.

Exploring Spaces

SDC10236

Artspace Artist Anne O’Byrne
07.11. – 27.12.2014
Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre

Artspace artist Anne O’Byrne is showing new work in Group Show at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre, Limavady, Co Derry. The exhibition features the work of twelve established contemporary Irish artists including Adrian O’Connell, Martina Galvin, Eamon O’Kane, Fiona Mulholland, Jennifer Trouton, Nuala ní Fhlathúin, Brian Cregan, Betty Gannon, Jill McKeown, Julie Merriman, Anne O’Byrne and Ian Wieczorek.
Many of the exhibiting award-winning artists are extremely renowned throughout the UK and internationally, participating in prestige art shows and receiving critical acclaim. Curated by Marianne O’Kane Boal, the artists examine place and space in its broadest sense from the macro to the micro and the global to the local where both perceived and imagined spaces are investigated. Featuring paintings, drawings, sculpture and multi-media work, the exhibition is designed to encourage the viewer to think further about their perception of the world that surrounds us.