North Coast husband and wife artists Adrian Margey and Evana Bjourson are staging a Joint Festive Exhibition of their work at Coleraine Town Hall from Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd December.
Margey is best known for his dynamic portrayals of Northern Ireland's landscape and landmarks. His bold, colourful depictions of the North Coast in particular have brought his work to prominence. Also featured in this exhibition will be his more impressionistic work that adopts a naturalistic colour palette and employs hand and finger painting techniques.
Bjourson's stunning work incorporates human interaction, seascapes and coastal experiences observed through the lens of transience. Her figurative work reflects thoughts on the reason for and role of humanity while her dynamic wave paintings take inspiration from life on the North Coast.
The Exhibition runs Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd December: 10am - 8pm and continues Sunday 3rd December: 11am – 6pm. Admission Free – Everyone Welcome. The Town Hall is located at the Diamond in Coleraine Town Centre. Visit www.adrianmargey.com | www.evanabjoursonart.com or telephone their Portrush Studio on 07841593762 for more information.