Local Artist Aimee Melaugh set to unveil new solo exhibition ‘Fragmented’

The Glassworks, 28th March - 10th April


Above, Platform Alternative Perspective. Photo taken by Simon Mills.

This week will see the launch of a new solo exhibition from local artist Aimee Melaugh titled ‘Fragmented’, which will be on display within the iconic Glassworks building on Great James Street.

Working out of Clarendon Street Studios, the award winning artist graduated from the Ulster University, Belfast last year with a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Art Painting and was selected to exhibit at the in the Royal Ulster Academy’s 137th annual exhibition and the ArtisAnn Gallery Emerging Artist Exhibition.

Although the medium which Aimee mainly works with is oil paint, during her degree show at Ulster University, she received a Belfast Print Workshop Graduate award, so she intends to develop her practice by diversifying into print in the near future.

‘Fragmented’ is a series of paintings which work is a collective exploration of traumatic events which have taken place throughout history. References to her grandfather’s experiences in the army during World War Two are present throughout her work and the paintings present a burst of memory and have the potential to be viewed as a door to re-evaluate past events, inviting the viewer to be transported into a different time and space.

‘Fragmented’ will launch on Thursday 28th March from 6pm - 8.30pm, and will continue to be displayed at the Glassworks until 10th April, open Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am - 4pm.

You can check out more of Aimee’s work at www.aimeemelaughart.com

Above, Platform Alternative Perspective. Photo taken by Simon Mills.

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