Maggie Doyle and Sayo Ouchi exhibition
Monday 25 February to Sunday 10 March 2019
- Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30am to 8pm
- Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 9.30am to 5pm
- Sunday, 1 to 5pm
Maggie Doyle is a self-taught artist who enjoys experimenting with different mediums. Although most of her life was spent living on the Atlantic coast in Ireland, she now lives in the city. Much of the inspiration for her artwork stems from her memories and the surroundings.
In recent times, she has moved towards more abstract painting which are textured, some are colourful while the urban works are quite muted. The main material used are torn paper,found objects and acrylic paint on canvas and paper.
Sayo Ouchi was born in Japan and she studied art in both Tokyo and London and now annually hold art exhibitions.
She is inspired by abstract expressionism. Often, her work is visually stimulating, with vibrant colours and sensuous texture. She enjoys experimenting with mix media including acrylic, pastel to evoke sensual response and create sense of unparalleled mysticism.
Her artistic capability extends to not only canvas art, but also to sculptures and jewelries. She's also given an artistic treatment of music, by playing on the instruments she's painted and decorated.