Local artist, LeeAnn Taggart, left, pictured with Colette Maguire, at the official opening of LeeAnn’s new exhibition “No Rhyme, No Reason, No Filter, which is currently on show at Strule Arts Centre
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‘No Rhyme, No Reason, No Filter’ exhibition opens at Strule Arts Centre
4th September 2019
An exhibition of works entitled ‘No Rhyme, No Reason, No Filter’ by LeeAnn Taggart, a contemporary artist from Omagh, has opened at the Strule Arts Centre, Omagh.
LeeAnn specialises in paintings of vibrant colour, using various mediums and instruments to create texture and movement. She works with acrylic, oils and mixed media, building layers to create atmosphere and mood. Her paintings are inspired by nature, music, lyrics and social situations, questioning attitudes and behaviour in modern society. LeeAnn deliberately keeps pieces abstract leaving the interpretation of the painting open to the viewer.
Speaking about the exhibition, LeeAnn said:
“‘No Rhyme, No Reason, No Filter’ represents life today and how we share our lives through online platforms, expressing basic human elements such as joy, anxiety, opinions and how we choose to identify ourselves.”
This is LeeAnn’s first solo exhibition. ‘No Rhyme, No Reason, No Filter’ exhibition continues at the Strule Arts Centre until Saturday 28 September 2019. Paintings can be purchased at the Box Office, Strule Arts Centre.
The gallery at the Strule Arts Centre is open from 9.30 am – 5.00 pm, Monday – Saturday. Admission free.