4 to 28 May
Following on from her recent exhibition at the Solstice Arts Centre, Navan (‘A second world – any given day’ (Nov. 2016 – Jan. 2017), Bernadette Kiely’s work continues on the theme of the passage of time and the transient, fragile nature of the physical world, evident in her work to date – shifting landscapes cloaked in fog and mist, the flooding of rivers and land and shadows of tree and plantlife.
In this exhibition, ‘memory needs a landscape’, celebrating Bernadette’s 20th year working with the gallery, she expands on this theme. Bernadette Kiely’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Elected as an Aosdana member in 2007, her work is held in both public and private collections in Ireland, the UK, Europe, Korea and the USA.