Exhibition launch on Friday 2 July, 6-8pm
Entrapment, identity and the dehumanisation of humanity all contribute to the core themes of ‘White Walls.’
Aimee Melaugh is a painter based in Derry. She studied at the Belfast School of Art, graduating with a BA Honours Degree in Fine Art Painting. Melaugh was the recipient of a Belfast Print Workshop residency award in 2018 and has since exhibited at Platform Arts Belfast, PS2and the ArtisAnn Gallery. She has taken part in various group exhibitions as part of Gallery 545. Melaugh has had a solo exhibition at The Glassworks, Derry, supported by the Arts Council Northern Ireland and has also exhibited her work online as part of Abridged Magazine in 2021. Melaugh’s work is included in public collections such as the Belfast School of Art, The Arts Council Northern Ireland’s permanent collection and the Northern Ireland Civil Service Art collection.
This residency is in partnership with St Augustine’s Heritage Site and is kindly funded by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Derry City & Strabane District Council and The Community Foundation NI.