Debbie Dawson exhibits in the Doswell Gallery, Roscarbery

30 April, 2018

Image (c) Debbie Dawson Fractured Landscape. Painted, stained and sandblasted layered float glass, 2018

Debbie's new body of work Disquietude, is concerned with anxiety and unease experienced from a personal point of view. For Debbie, this recent work marks a new departure in approaching ways to display works in glass.

Both layered glass and paintings seek to explore that which is in a state of unfolding, not fully revealed.
Whether a woodland or a wasteland, the environments here are stark with subtle but deep undertones. The suggestion of this dark imagery has a metaphorical connection to anxiety and loss. However so, Debbie's skill in working with composition merges these themes and emotions. In both the physical and metaphorical aspects of these landscapes sky and horizon become places of hope and reflection.

Please visit the gallery website for more information on Debbie and her work;

Exhibition running until Monday 28th May
Gallery opening hours/days (May)
Thursdays to Sundays (and Bank Holiday Monday 7th and Monday 28th)
12 noon-6 p.m
Private viewings welcome

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