Update on Exhibitions

My my, how time flys in the pandemia, or not!! I havent been posting much here, and I need to update this site desperately, but dont seem to have the time.

I have bee busy working for shows, and also my small brand “Paralle Project” has been taking up some time.

I have 3 shows in Ireland for the next few months.

Firstly one being in the Hamilton Gallery in Sligo, with 8 artists in total, and the theme is Bram Stoker, author of the famous “Dracula”. You can see the full catalogue online following this link:


The next show I am in, which is also a group show, with the theme “Unknown”, is in the Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast. The show will will continue threw Christmas.

These are my two oil painted pieces that are available threw the Fenderesky Gallery:

Finally, for now, I made five A5 charcoal drawings for a show coming up in Modeenaugh Studio in Fermanagh, in N.Ireland on the 5th-23rd of December 2020! It will be hosted by The Drawing box, showing work from over 50 artists. This is a touring expo of unframed works y artists created during, before & after the lockdown. The show will be travelling to: Cyprus, Lithuania, Australia, New Mexico, Netherlands & Scotland.

Below are my charcoal pieces for the show:

Thats all for now folks!

Stay Safe!

Published by lisagingles

Lisa Gingles is an artist born in Northern Ireland and based in Valencia since 1998. She graduated in fine arts from the University of Ulster in Belfast, where she began to develop her narrative style. She has exhibited nationally and internationally over the past years. Gingles´ artistic repertoire primarily consists of small drawings that are crafted using pages from old books or their covers as a foundation. Additionally, she has begun incorporating larger charcoal drawings and sculptures into her body of work. " 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, Susan Morrel.

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