Artist Rosalind Lowry will be installing an environmentally themed sculptural piece in Belfast Cathedral on Monday 10th February 2020. Come along to the Cathedral from the 10th to see her work which reflects on the natural world and the small things in nature that often get overlooked.
On Saturday 15th February 2020, Rosalind will be holding an ‘Artist’s Talk’ at the Cathedral from 2pm. Make sure to stop by to discuss her work.
Rosalind is an award-winning artist born in Northern Ireland, attended Chelsea School of Art and Saint Martin’s School for Art in London before returning to her native land to set up her studio.
This February, influenced by the bushfires of Australia and the impact on wildlife of the ever decreasing green spaces in Ireland, Rosalind’s ‘Ark’ will be created using fallen branches from native trees and woodlands of Co. Antrim. The work will be installed in the Cathedral from the 10th February for two weeks. Come and meet Rosalind in person while she discusses her work on February 15th from 2pm. Please note, exhibition dates may alter – please visit the Belfast Cathedral website for up-to-date information.
You can see examples of artist Rosalind Lowry’s work on her website here.