Exhibition inspired by Sligo coastline opens at the Higher Bridges Gallery

Tina Brooks exhibition at Higher Bridges Gallery2

Published: 22nd November 2016

An exhibition of new works by Sligo visual artist, Tina Brooks, has opened at the Higher Bridges Gallery in Enniskillen.

The exhibition, entitled ‘Bounded by Ocean’ is a collection of paintings inspired by Sligo’s Strandhill Peninsula and its Atlantic weather. The artist describes the collection as her emotional response to her immediate environment and life experience.

Tina Brooks has exhibited throughout the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Her works can be found in several collections throughout Germany, England, the United States of America and the Republic of Ireland.

The ‘Bounded by Ocean’ exhibition continues at the Higher Bridges Gallery until Saturday 10 December 2016.

The Higher Bridges Gallery is located in the Clinton Centre, Belmore Street, Enniskillen and is open Tuesday to Friday, 10.00 am to 4.00 pm and Saturday 11.00 am to 3.00 pm. Admission to the gallery is free.

For further information about the exhibition please contact Fermanagh and Omagh District Council’s Arts Office by telephoning 0300 303 1777 or emailing artsoffice@fermanaghomagh.com.

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