Tides of Life
New Work by Margaret Arthur RUA
Wed 2nd June to Sat 26th June 2021
In the Gallery and Online
Tue – Fri: 11am to 6pm
Saturday: Noon to 5pm
The ArtisAnn gallery in Belfast is hosting a new exhibition by the renowned print maker Margaret Arthur. She is a member of the prestigious Royal Ulster Academy of Arts and was one of the founder members of Seacourt Print Workshop.
This exhibition is inspired by the ever-changing light and colour of the coastlines and tides of Counties Donegal and Down
She exhibits widely in Ireland, the U.K., and throughout Europe, and in the U.S.A., where she lived and worked for a year, holding a solo exhibition at The Russell Rotunda, a Senate building in Washington DC.
In 2007 she spent six months in California, printmaking at Stanford University, and at the Pacific Art League. In 2018 she was an invited artist at the Franco/Japanais Exhibition in Paris and Tokyo.
Margaret lives and works in County Down, and studied Fine Art painting and etching at Belfast College of Art before taking a post graduate degree in printmaking from the Brighton College of Art. In 1981 she co-founded the Seacourt Print Workshop and was its Director until 2013. She remains an honorary life member and a member of the board of directors.
The exhibition runs at the ArtisAnn Gallery, 70 Bloomfield Avenue, Belfast fromWed 2 June to Sat 26 June 2021
Admission is free.
All artworks are available to buy.
You can also buy art from this exhibition through the Own Art scheme which gives you an interest-free loan over 10 months (and you still get to take the art home immediately the exhibition ends).
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