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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.

3 man Show in Sporting Club Ruzafa!

I am delighted to show this Friday 2nd June in Sporting Club Ruzafa, Valencia!

I am showing alongside 2 great artists, josie McCoy and Jose Picazo! Each artist showing new works on paper.

“Lisa Gingles depicts human-animal composites drawn in pencil, pastel and mixed media on found paper. The figures in these works are emulating the typical poses of the bragging hunter and incorporate African animals which are under threat of extinction.” -Josie McCoy.

I would love to see you there…

Art Review for my solo show at the Fenderesky Gallery, by Slavka Sverakova

ARTIST’S STATEMENT My work is influenced by many things; mythology, folk tales and invented stories, leaving their dark side laid bare. It is about my life, the lives of others, and sometimes the life of no one at all. I use images of the past, feelings of the present and dreams of the […]

via LISA GINGLES, 2 February – 3 March 2017, Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast — Slavka Sverakova

Exhibition tonight in the University of Valencia!

I am delighted to invite you to the opening this evening in the department of Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació  (Philology, translation and communication), in the University of Valencia.

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In this exhibition I have put together fragments of all my previous work, some of which will be going to another show held in Belfast in February next year. So it´s probably the last time to see this work in Spain, at least for a while.

It would be great to see you at the opening!