Anthropocene | Group Exhibition at The Courtroom Gallery, Market House Craftworks

Anthropocene | Group Exhibition at The Courtroom Gallery, Market House Craftworks

When

16/07/2022 - 06/08/2022    

Where

The Courtroom Gallery, Market House Craftworks
the Square, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford, P51KD37

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From July the Courtroom Galley at Market House Craftworks will host “Anthropocene” a three man exhibition by artists that are concerned with the “Anthropocene” – a proposed term for the most recent period in Earth’s history when human activity started to have a significant impact on the planet’s climate and ecosystems.

John Adams, is best known for his contemporary expressionist paintings. Beauty and nature have been a constant priority. Landscapes, seascapes, portraits, political, social and now environmental paintings highlighting the struggles of animals to survive due to human over-population.

In every artwork Robert Ryan makes, a generic hybrid creature is central. Ryan’s work borrows qualities from European old masters, using traditional characteristics in a modern context. He attempts to explore allegorical concepts such as solitude, vulnerability, fragility, the infinity of space and time.

By attempting to evoke these allegorical concepts Robert Ryan’s images are an attempt to celebrate the community between ourselves and all other species – past and present and future.

Paul D’Arcy will be exhibiting paintings from his “Melting Iceberg” series – a collection that has been created as environmental icons to remind us of our responsibility to nature.

The exhibition will be opened on 16th July @ 6pm by Alan Keane, Founder of “The Artists’ Well” series and the book “The Source”

The exhibition runs from 16th July to 6th August Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm in the Courtroom Gallery at Market House Craftworks, Cappoquin Co Waterford P51 KD37. Ph: 0872187962.

 

 

 

 

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