Reflection, Éadaoin Glynn’s second solo exhibition, explores our emotional response to place and the power of memory of place. Land and landscape are both internal and external. We carry our memories of place and land within us. Places hold memories; memories of childhood, memories from previous generations, memories of our collective shared history.
“I paint intuitively, building up layer upon layer of paint over many months. The process of adding layers of paint, then excavating, scraping and dissolving them is like archaeology in reverse. I build texture and depth, creating a history, echoing how land is laid down, compressed, weathered and eroded over time.”
The Hideout Café opening hours are 8 a.m – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday. All paintings can be viewed on www.eadaoinglynn.com