Group show opening in the Hamilton Gallery!

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You are cordially invited to attend the exhibition opening of ‘An Irish Airman Foresees His Death’ at Hamilton Gallery on Yeats Day, Wednesday 13th June at 6pm

Featuring small works by over 100 Invited Artists

Professor Seán Golden will open the exhibition
Music by: Ramona, Harpist

About ‘An Irish Airman Foresees His Death’
To mark the 100th Anniversary of the end of 1st World War Hamilton Gallery has chosen W B Yeats poem ‘An Irish Airman Foresees His Death’ as the catalyst for its Invited Artists Exhibition 2018. The poem addresses the dichotomy that existed and still exists around the Irish response to The Great War 1914 -1918.

This is the fourth iteration of Hamilton Gallery’s Annual Invited Artists exhibition series themed around the works of W B Yeats.

Light refreshments will be available at the opening

Gallery opening hours Mon to Sat 10am – 5pm. www. hamiltongallery.ie

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“An Airman Foresees his death” Found box, pencil on found papers. 2018

Published by lisagingles

Lisa Gingles is a Northern Ireland born, Valencia based artist. Having studied Fine Art in the University of Ulster, Belfast, she moved to Valencia, Spain in 1998. She has exhibited over the past few years in Spain, U.K, Ireland and N.Ireland. Lisa´s work is mainly made up of small drawings and collage using old book covers and there ripped out pages as a base. " The artist´s works conjure a bewitching world of eerie fairly tales and ancient folklore, a world where both menacing and benign forces of nature are at play" Sunday Business Post, 9th September 2012, Susan Morrel.

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