Colour, light, and the Galway landscape

Eileen Keane's new exhibition at the Town Hall Theatre bar

Michael Niland, Eileen Keane, Celestine Rowland, and David Niland at the opening of Eileen's new exhibition.

Michael Niland, Eileen Keane, Celestine Rowland, and David Niland at the opening of Eileen's new exhibition.

LIGHT, AND how it affects the colours of the Galway landscape is at the heart of a new series of paintings by the artist Eileen Keane currently on show at the Town Hall Theatre bar.

The artist documents her experience of the impact changing light has on a variety of terrains, revealing the array of textures, contours, and colours that have enriched her experience of the natural landscape.

Graduating with a first class honours from Trinity College Dublin, Keane continued her studies in the National College of Art and Design, studying for a master's in socially engaged art. She subsequently studied art therapy with Crawford Art College. She is currently engaged in doctoral research in the area of contemporary art education.

The exhibition runs until February 12. See www.eilskee.com and www.eileensdesignstudio.com

 

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