Thursday October 1, 2020

Exhibition

Father and daughter exhibition Gingles & Gingles explores themes of darkness, light, memory and place, through images of nature, mixed media and a dash of childhood whimsy.

8th September, 2012
An image from Gingles & Gingles.

Father and daughter exhibition Gingles & Gingles explores themes of darkness, light, memory and place, through images of nature, a dash of childhood whimsy and the use of mixed media. The box sculptures created by Antrim artist Graham Gingles contain symbols of nature and science (above left), housed in multidimensional structures, which hang beside the small drawings by his daughter, Lisa Gingles, which are overlaid onto reclaimed books and manuscripts (above right). Together, the artists'...

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