glór presents Infinite Moments by Kevin Lowery & Louise Leonard
Painting and print collide in glór gallery with the work of two artists who observe a moment in time, and reflect that moment in their work in very different ways.
Central to Kevin Lowery’s painting practice is the sea and the elusive quality of light – how it plays on water and atmosphere, transforming a seascape in seconds. Lowery conveys that sense of time, as much as of place by capturing this fleeting magic in his work.
Printmaker Louise Leonard works both on copper and lino, and takes joy in the processes used to transform both. Copper’s receptive qualities, as it is subjected to endless dips into acid, result in finished plates from which multiple images can be pulled, echoing the artist’s voice over and over.
Both artists create work in different media, but which captures moments, holding them infinitely in time.
Artist’s Guided Tour and Talk on Saturday 11 May at 11.30am. Free of charge and all welcome.
An accompanying Dementia Friendly Tour will take place on Thursday 11th April from 11.30am. Please contact Sinéad Cahill at 065 6845370 or email@example.com to book.