Solo Exhibition – ‘LIFE, DEATH, innocence AND GUILT’
The latest series from artist Shannon Doyle is a reflection on subjects that have affected the world such as climate change, the extinction crisis and coronavirus.
Evoking emotion with the audience, the artworks are conversation starters, encouraging a sense of urgency to contribute to a cultural shift away from archaic beliefs and attitudes towards change.
This solo exhibition is at Tweed Regional Gallery from Friday 10th July to Sunday 13th September, 2020.
Meet the Artist Talk
Shannon Doyle will also present a virtual Meet the Artist talk.
Available from 7th August on the Tweed Regional Gallery’s website.
Online Workshop – Pandora’s Box
Shannon Doyle will host a free online acrylic painting still-life workshop titled ‘Pandora’s Box’ which can be viewed on the Tweed Regional Gallery’s website from 9th August.
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Shannon Doyle receives a Highly Commended for his painting “Vanitas Plastica” in the 2020 Border Art Prize.
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