Flax Gallery


 

Exhibition

Across the Hawthorn Hedge the Noise of Bugles

Thursday 31 July 2014 - Saturday 06 September 2014

 

The impact of the outbreak of the First World War as experienced in Mid and East Antrim and the Causeway Coast.


The exhibition will explore, through artefacts and archival material from the 1914 period, the impacr and legacy of the outbreak of the First World War for local communities in Mid and East Antrim and the Causeway areas. Across the Hawthorn Hedge will set the home front within a national and international context and will include sub-themes of the Home Rule Crisis, the Labour Movement and the Women’s Movement. The exhibition will focus on stories identified through community consultation.

 

 

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Echoes Around The World

A selection of prints by Mary Kpakra

Thursday 7 August - Saturday 30 August 2014


Echoes Around The World is a selection of original prints by Mary Kpakra. Mary Kpakra is a landscape artist influenced by the natural beauty and wonders of the world. Mary found her love of raw, primitive and natural colour through living in Africa and travelling through India, Peru and China. The exhibition highlights the grandeur of the world through fine art print making and is brought to life with etchings, photo intaglio, collagraphs, dry point etchings and monoprints.


This exhibition is being held in aid of the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association. Proceeds of paintings sold will be donated to G.D.B.A.

 


The Flax Gallery Open 2015

word Open Exhibition Application Form (17Kb)

word Flax Gallery Open Exhibtion (398Kb)


Normal Exhibition Opening Times:

Monday: 10am – 5pm
Tuesday: 10am – 5pm
Wednesday: 10am – 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 9pm
Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm
Sunday: Closed

 

 

 

Flax Galley Downloads:

word Flax Gallery Jun-Aug 2014 Brochure (366Kb)

word Flax Gallery Sept-Dec 2014 Brochure (378Kb)

word Flax Gallery General Exhibition Application Form (18Kb)

word Exhibition Policy and Notes (290Kb)

 

 

 

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