atest press release from The Boat Yard Gallery, issued about a week ago, but we’ve been dumbass busy…
Local artist and Art & Design Graduate Jamie Glynn Finnegan has returned to Ireland both to connect with his roots, and to further his artistic journey after spending exactly half his life abroad.
Throughout his travels he has used his drawing skills in realism portraiture to pay the bills, whilst working on other creative projects.
From the hustle and bustle of city life in numerous European cities, to the remote wild east coast of Tasmania Jamie has brought together his works in this exhibit entitled Shore to Shore.
This series focuses on his experimental contemporary designs, and includes various techniques, though most created with Acrylic and watercolour paints.
“Shore to Shore isnt just about the geographical movement,” says Jamie, “it’s a reflection on what we bring with us when we move, new memories, as the old is poured out. We are constantly clearing as we are accumulating.”
Jamie Glynn-Finnegan’s outdoor June exhibition at The Boat Yard Gallery on Saturday 18th from 12pm to 4pm and Sunday 19th from 1pm to 4pm.
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