​October: Patrick Colhoun


​November: Ciaran Harper


December: When Angels Sing




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Work in Progress by Ciaran Harper

Solo Exhibition by Ciarán Harper


Thursday 2nd November to Saturday 25th November 2017

Preview Wed 1st November 6-8pm


Part of the CS Lewis Festival

ArtisAnn Gallery
70 Bloomfield Avenue, Belfast, BT5 5AE

Opening Times
Tue - Fri: 11am to 6pm
Sat: Midday to 5pm

Private Viewings by Appointment

Email: mail@artisann.org
Phone: ​079 053 395 69

The ArtisAnn Gallery has programmed a series of exhibitions featuring established and emerging artists in 2017

Solo Exhibition by Ciarán Harper

 

Ciarán Harper’s art examines the theories behind the diaspora of various peoples and how this life-changing event for an individual can be expressed in art, with the experience of the one reflecting the experience of the many.  This is the inspiration for his most recent work. 

 

Ciarán graduated in Fine Art from the Ulster University, Belfast, in 2016.    While still an undergraduate, he completed several commissions and was included in several group exhibitions.  After a successful sell-out degree show, including winning the prestigious Carson McDowell Award, Ciaran has gone from strength to strength, with one of his pieces, After School, being was purchased by the Arts Council of NI for its permanent collection. His work has also been recently purchased by the NI Civil Service for its permanent collection.

 

Within his work, oil paint is united on canvas with raw mediums such as wax or plaster, adding dynamism and depth to the work.  Collage and found imagery are both an integral part of his practice, accompanied with harmonious and contrasting imagined elements.

 

The ArtisAnn Gallery is delighted to host his first solo show.

 

The exhibition runs from Thursday 2nd November to Saturday 25th November 2017, with a special preview on Wed 1st November 6-8pm

 

Admission is free.

All art is available to buy, and may be collected / delivered after the exhibition ends.

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