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Artist of the Month October 2019 - Diane Lyness

Tuesday 1st October 2019 at 8am

Diane Lyness graduated from the University of Ulster obtaining a BA Hons in Fine and Applied Art: Jewellery and Silversmithing. For a number of years, Diane was an apprentice jeweller, working alongside Goldsmith Graham Harron in Killyleagh. In 2011, she was awarded a place on the Craft NI Making It programme, based at Down Arts Centre, Downpatrick.

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Les Marguerites (Fine silver, sterling silver, and blown glass)

Artist of the Month September 2019 - Tracey Quinn

Monday 2nd September 2019 at 11am

Tracey Quinn is from Lisburn, and currently lives and works in Dublin. She has studied fine art both in Leicester, and at the L’Institute D’Art Visuel, Orleans, France.

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Aran Autumn Sky, Oil on Canvas

Artist of the Month August 2019 - Malcolm Murchison

Thursday 1st August 2019 at 9am

Malcolm Murchison studied art and design and obtained a BA Hons degree in 3D design and ceramics, but has spent the majority of his career working in arts administration, mostly notably as an Arts Officer and then Centre Manager at the Flowerfield Arts Centre in Portstewart.

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Teapot 3 (With Liana Wood Handle)

Artist of the Month July 2019 – Robin Price

Tuesday 2nd July 2019 at 11am

Robin Price’s artistic practice spans the areas of electronic music, visuals, audience interactivity and creative technology. His creative practice began in nightclubs and electronic music while studying theoretical physics, but he went on to complete a PhD in Composition and Creative Practice at Queens University.

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Prince Street air quality monitoring site, Port Talbot, Wales - PM2.5 30 - 40 micrograms per cubic meter (From the series ‘Air of Anthropoce

Artist of the Month June 2019 – Catherine Minford

Monday 3rd June 2019 at 9am

Catherine Minford lives in Belfast and studied life drawing in both Belfast and Boston. She works as a creative writer in a design agency and in describing her sculptural practice she states that “In that world I use words to tell stories, and in this one, I use clay.”

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Antisocial Media - Polymer clay and reclaimed wooden box

Artist of the Month May 2019 – Aimee Melaugh

Wednesday 1st May 2019 at 9am

Aimee Melaugh studied at the University of Ulster’s Belfast School of Art, graduating in 2018 with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art Painting. At the Belfast School of Art Degree show, Aimee was selected to exhibit at the Royal Ulster Academy and was longlisted for the RDS Visual Arts Award.

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Coal Shed, Oil on Canvas 2018 by Aimee Melaugh

Artist of the Month April 2019 – Dan Dowling

Monday 1st April 2019 at 9am

Dan Dowling was born and educated in Belfast. He is a self-taught artist, using painting and drawing from an early age as a cathartic form of self-expression and as a way of communicating with the rest of the world. Using his own life and his native North Belfast as an inspiration, he developed a personal, enigmatic an immediately recognisable style.

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The Enigma of Reality by Daniel Dowling

Artist of the Month March 2019 – Chris Wilson

Monday 4th March 2019 at 11am

Chris Wilson is originally from Glengormley. He gained a B.A. (Hons) Fine Art from Brighton Polytechnic in 1982 and an M.A. Fine Art from the University of Ulster in 1985. For the last 30 years he has exhibited regularly having over 20 one person shows and participated in numerous group exhibitions in Ireland, the UK, Canada, Croatia, Germany, France, Bulgaria and USA. In 2016 Chris was awarded the RUA Gold Medal and the Paul Henry Landscape Prize at the 134th Royal Ulster Academy Annual Exhibition.

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Field Works by Chris Wilson (Bronze Sculpture)

Artist of the Month February 2019 – Dermot Seymour

Friday 1st February 2019 at 10am

Dermot Seymour studied at the University of Ulster, where he received a BA in Art & Design in 1978 and an Advanced Diploma in Art and Design in 1981. Dermot’s work has been included in many internationally recognised and award winning exhibitions, and he has held solo shows in Belfast, Dublin, New York, Berlin and Paris.

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Dissident Grey Hare by Dermot Seymour

Artist of the Month January 2019 – John McKeag

Thursday 3rd January 2019 at 11am

John McKeag graduated in 1988 with a BA Hons Degree in Fine Art (Painting) from Medlock Fine Art Centre in Manchester, and then completed a Diploma in Ceramics at Wandsworth College in London in 1995. Following a brief period assisting the potter Lisa Hammond at her studio in Greenwich, John returned to Belfast in 1999 and went on to complete the “Craftworks” pottery skills course in Derry.

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Black and White Scoops by John McKeag (2015)

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