Internationally acclaimed Irish artist Emma Campbell in Birr with solo exhibition “The Butterfly Effect”
Running from 01 Feb until 15 March 2016 at Birr Theatre & Arts Centre , this stunning exhibition features some of Emma’s most recent works from her ‘Butterfly Effect’ range of paintings. Inspired by the colour of nature and beauty of a simple idea, her work is transformed by the use of intense pigment, movement and depth which she captures in an abstract twist. Her main theme “ The Butterfly Effect” uses contrasting ideas in nature from the colour and grace a Butterfly portrays to the metamorphis and ever changing growth within. She illustrates this in her work trying to capture each painting with a sense of emotion through her use of colour. Each piece contains individual character making every painting unique and one of a kind.
Newbridge artist Emma Campbell was 1 of 10 Irish artists selected for the global Converse Shoe campaign #MadeByYou 2015. Emma is an Irish artist whose roots derive from a mixture Contemporary and Abstract art, you will find her work right in the middle, combining these two styles together. While painting her collectic pieces for exhibition and gallery work she also works on a commission basis creating one of a kind, individual paintings.
Emma works with Acrylics as her main medium, ensuring that each creation has an individual flair and twist. Inspiration is found easily and each piece of work is derived from a very simple thought which grows and spirals throughout the painting process. Colour reflects ones thought process, feeling and mood, this she portrays by capturing the beauty of an idea with a simple tone and stroke.
Her Work is influenced by aspects of the unconscious, taking reality and enhancing what ones imagination can create. It is not only important but a necessity that a piece of work comes from within, reflecting not only an acute sense of creativity but thought, growth and individualism. Creativity lies from within, expressing ones true mind and soul.
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