I am not worthy | Bernadette Doolan at Limerick Museum

I am not worthy | Bernadette Doolan at Limerick Museum

When

04/02/2020 - 28/02/2020    

Where

Limerick Museum
The Old Franciscan Friary, , Henry Street,, Limerick

Event Type

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Award-winning Irish artist Bernadette Doolan, living in Wexford, is the winner of the best overall work by a non-Academician, and winner of the Irish News award for depicting Ireland today, in The Royal Ulster Academy annual exhibition.

In I Am Not Worthy, Bernadette explores the fragility of identity in the context of childhood through much of her recent work. Her figurative work is the depiction of the human self through exploration of strength and vulnerabilities.

Her work has been described as having an ‘emotional weight with a psychological intensity that is not necessarily representing the physical, the internal voice.

The exhibition is taking place in the Limerick Museum from Tuesday, February 4 to Friday, February 28.

Open Tuesday – Friday

Entry is free.

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