The paintings of Mayo-based artist Dermot Seymour, currently showing in west Cork, are vivid examples of his unique, social realist approach to art.
A frequent use of juxtaposed images - such as livestock, mountains and military men - and the use of disembodied limbs, results in a collage-like appearance, influenced by the artist's memories from his Belfast childhood spent during the Troubles.
Though the artist says his work is not overtly political, his paintings -...
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