“Flux,” an exhibition of new sculptural works by Sandra Bell comes to Gormleys Fine Art, Dublin, opening on Saturday 3rd October and runs to the 19th October 2020.
Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions we will have an extended all day opening on Saturday 3rd from 10 am – 5:30 pm. To ensure your safety we will adhere to strict social distancing guidelines & have the appropriate public health measures in place.
Private viewings can also be arranged outside our regular opening hours of Monday – Saturday from 10 am – 5:30 pm.
“Flux” reflects on the past ten years of global unsettlement and the effect it has had on the sculpture that she makes. During this time, Bell’s work became explorative and her work pattern changed. Bell followed paths in new directions which enthralled and excited her, and she created new bodies of work during this challenging decade of extraordinary innovation.
With the onset of Coronavirus, like so many others during lockdown Bell concentrated on her garden and daily rituals that marked the passing solitude. “My apprehension for our family members giving birth during this uncertain time and my admiration for our daughters and their dedication to creating a happy environment for our grandchildren, where they thrived and grew stronger, stimulated me to make new work.”
Ballerina, Leaf, Nurture, Haven and Family Ties address these issues and mark the time that has changed our society and our way of life.
The exhibition of Bell’s works, “Flux” will run in Gormleys Fine Art, Dublin from the 3rd to the 19th October 2020.