We are delighted to announce the presentation of ‘Visual Rhythm’, an exhibition of artworks that demonstrate a sense of rhythm. Art with an element of repetition, a pattern, or a sense of movement is presented in multiple media.
The show includes Richard Gorman’s Sling Series, a group of boldly coloured lithographs that hinge upon repeated variations of a central motif made up of flat shapes laid one upon the other: a square; a curved triangle; a diamond.
Yoko Akino’s small, distinctive landscapes, with detailed blocks of patterned lines that represent views from the east and west coast of Ireland, influenced by her memories of the Honshu coastline, between the Japanese and Pacific Ocean.
David King’s lazer cut steel sculptures, Felim Egan’s rhythmic carborundum prints, and Alison Kay’s shimmering patterned ceramics.
Charles Tyrell’s exuberant lithographs, that appear to almost spin with splashes of colour. Gerard Cox’s luminous woodblock depiction of a spiraling staircase, and Mary Lohan’s porthole ocean view.
Graphic Studio Member, and linocut maestro Louise Leonard will run a print demonstration on Saturday 28th January, at 2pm, unveiling the mystery behind some of the print making methods used in the exhibition. Attendance is free, but booking is essential.
‘Visual Rhythm’ runs in conjunction with Tradfest 2017, Temple Bar’s music festival 25th -29th January.
Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Monday 10:00 - 17:30
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:30
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:30
Thursday 10:00 - 17:30
Friday 10:00 - 17:30
Saturday 11:00 - 17:00