Warehouse Gallery Summer Exhibition

A wealth of artistic talent from around the northwest gathered at the Warehouse Gallery in Derry on Thursday night for the opening of their summer exhibition. Among the many great work on display were paintings in oil, sculptures moulded from clay to expressive figures in cartoon form reminiscent of characters from children’s books.

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Dawn by Anneliese Gregg displaying bright vibrant pinks against a backdrop of misty blues, violets and greys
Suzanne Woods striking seascape made from felt depicting the wild landscape of the Donegal coast with deep tones of blues and greens, reflecting the environment. Remarkable for the medium used.
Sinead Smyth’s ghostly sky looks over a vibrant green and gold sky in
Always Light Ahead by Eileen McLaughlin beautifully captures a golden sunset against a wild wandering sea.
Catherine Ellis‘s cartoon like depictions of childhood are playful and fun
Leave No Trace by Sinead Smyth captures the mood of the coming months as we leave behind the bright blue days of summer and move into shorter days and weather which results in greener surroundings
Where the Wild Things Grow – Sinead Smyth reflecting a wild wilderness full of lush greenery with a hint of colder days yet to come
Ard Colm by Seamus Gallagher full of bright colour and texture illustrating days yet to come
A woman to catch the eye – San Francisco 50p by Patrick Jude Clafferty

The work illustrated just how much talent there is within this tiny corner of the island and is another great coup for the Warehouse Gallery in Derry which continues to showcase artistic talent from throughout the northwest. The paintings shown are just a taste of the work and talent on show. For more details on the artists and work on display contact the Warehouse Gallery.