From 30 March 2020


Our first virtual exhibition reflecting on lockdown 2020

Welcome to the first of our online exhibitions, 'Space'. We asked creatives to respond to the concept of space - we are all reflecting on space at the moment, be it increased awareness of our physical boundaries via social distancing measures, the emotional boundaries we are also aware of within our 'stay at home' families, or our own mental health coping mechanisms, needing space on our own.

The artists have responded in such interesting ways, some reflecting on a craving or appreciation of outside, some more honed on the current covid-19 crisis and its implications for how we are living and how our normal practice and habits have altered.

To seek further Space online content, search for the hashtag #virtuallyflowerfield

Open Space Illusion Gaelle Berthelot
The Void Between Us Rosella Watton Austin Mixed Media With Gold Leaf 21 X 15 Cm
Space And Time Katy English Pen On Paper 40 X 60 Cm
Downhill Beach Ashley Coulter Watercolour
Fragile Melanie Ward
Fragile 2 Melanie Ward
Elbow Room Kevin Mc Clelland Pencil On Paper 35X25Cm
View From Our Window Simon Harrison Pencil On Paper
Small World Josephine Kelly Oil On Canvas 10 X 14 Inches £400
At Least 2 Metres Please Harry Mc Mahon Oil On Canvas 20X50Cm
Murvagh Donegal Sally Patton Acrylic 90X90 Cm
From Series Litmustone In Vitr0 Gail Mahon Giclee Print On Bamboo Paper 30 X 40 Cm
Into The Woods Gillian Hassan Hallam Mixed Media
Portstewart Strand Davy Thompson
Gold Resin Waves With Pebbles And Shells Louise Concannon Rersin Paint Moexed Media 15X15X1 5 Inches
Handembroidered Coat Ruth Holloway
Losing Track Of Time Corrina Askin
A Quiet Space In A Tuscan Garden Ken Ward

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