exists in its own solitary environment – imbuing a sense of calm and serenity, heavy with symbolism.
In this series, Shannon has done his work and made his reflections – now it’s time for the audience to make theirs.
LIFE, DEATH, innocence AND GUILT Exhibition
reflects on recent events that have affected the region and further afield
In this series, Shannon Doyle has considered events of late that have affected the world.
Solo Exhibition – ‘A Climate of Change’
‘A Climate of Change’ looks at the changing world we are living in.
Shannon reflects how art is crucial to the time we live in. It is one of the areas in life that continues to humanise our experiences with an evolving world of technology.
The Light and Plight of the Graffiti Artist
Equal to his fascination with Renaissance art is his fascination with street art and the plight of the graffiti artist. Shannon’s work in this series is an attempt to combine these interests and painting techniques from Renaissance art with the subject of the graffiti artist.
Exploring the Plight of the Street Artist
The Critical Escape series consists of figurative paintings exploring the concept of “Escapism”. The work in this collection demonstrates both literal and metaphoric interpretation of this concept. With the street artist as muse, the work explores social and political themes.
The Icon of Ned Kelly
Ned Kelly has been a recurring subject in Shannon’s work over the years, often used as a subject to comment on popular culture.