From March 21 through March 27, renowned emerging local artist Clémence Prosen, will present a major exhibition of artworks at the Red Stables in St Anne’s Park, co. Dublin.
‘Breathe’ will feature more than 15 oil paintings forming the centerpiece of the exhibition. These artworks are described by Prosen as windows to peaceful moments, reminders to pause, be present and enjoy every instant, in full serenity.
” I think [her] art is very inspirational and captures the essence of calm moments in life and nature. I am especially interested, being from Fingal and seeing local beauty spots represented in paintings, of a very high standard. These paintings really are special”, said Christine, a collector of Clemence Prosen’s work, from Balrothery.
Clémence Prosen is a French-born Irish artist. She creates representational paintings in oils and in watercolours. She gets her inspiration from her walks in nature and has painted many locations along the Irish Sea. She advocates mindfulness and mental health by creating meaningful art through different connected media. She wishes to inspire you to live a calmer and more balanced life.
“I started painting back in 2014, as a way to release stress, after head-aching days working in corporate toxic environments. Making art has become my reason to breathe and now my full-time job. The last 2 years, it has been complicated to show my work and meet with the community due to the pandemic. I am looking forward to the ‘Breathe’ exhibition and to interacting face-to-face with the public.”
In addition to her original oil paintings, the exhibition will be supported by her Art Prints (limited and open edition), Cards, and her famous and popular Card Deck: ‘Calm Space’. A deck of 42 cards with calming and mindful tips. So helpful in these anxious times we are all living through!
The Exhibition will be open from 10 am to 4:45 pm inside the Red Stables, at St Anne’s Park. The Entry to the Exhibition is Free.
‘Forget your busy Life, enjoy a Moment of Art’.
Clemence Prosen is a self-taught artist and surface pattern designer. After living and working in France, Singapore, and the Netherlands, she moved to Ireland in 2016. Her art developed quickly, inspired by the soothing Irish landscapes and the supportive art culture. She decided to develop her artistic practice, in parallel with her engineering job, and connect locally with artists and organizations to show her art online and offline. As of 2021, she focuses solely on her art and designs.
She exhibited her work at the Skerries Mills in 2019 and 2020. Then, she showed her paintings at the Group Exhibitions Signal Art Open 2019, People’s Art 2019, Culture Night Samelah – Le Cheile 2021 and Art Source 2021. She will also be exhibiting at Ideal Home, RDS, 1-3 April.
For more information, contact Clemence Prosen, 087 450 5820, email@example.com
The Red Stables, St Anne’s Park, co. Dublin
March 21 – March 27