Carol Graham - Sea and Summer Exhibition
Carol Graham works across genres and her ever-evolving images appeal to a
wide range of art lovers. Carol trusts, and courageously follows, her
inner voice. Her subject matter varies, including landscapes, seascapes,
still life, horses, and spiritual, metaphorical and abstract images.
This exhibition focusing on, as the title states, the sea and summer, showcases some of Carol’s finest work over the past decade as well as some new pieces created especially for the exhibition.
She often produces images in groups or in a series. Throughout her subject matter, from the most vibrant to the darkest, there is a consistent ethereal quality of light; Carol especially enjoys depicting dawn and dusk. She is a highly renowned Irish painter who has received many prestigious commissions and awards, including serving as President of the Royal Ulster Academy (RUA) from 2003-2006.
The exhibition runs at the ArtisAnn Gallery in Belfast from Thursday 6 July until Saturday 26 August 2017.
There is a special preview on Wednesday 5 July from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Admission is free. All art is available to buy, and may be collected or delivered after the exhibition ends.
Tuesday - Friday: 11am to 6pm,
Saturday: Noon to 5pm.