Patricia Kelly, Twelve Red Dots, textile art, 10.5 x 15.5 cm (12.5 x 17.5 x 3 cm framed)
Medium(s): stitched textile collage with batik dots
Frame: wooden frame
Part of 'Contemporary Art of Northern Ireland #4' Group Exhibition, Gallery 545's major annual showcase. Island Arts Centre, Lisburn. 9-30 September 2023. The work can be purchased online here or in person at the exhibition.
Shipping - This work is part of an exhibition. It can be collected from Tuesday 3 October from the Island Arts Centre, Lisburn / shipped in 3-5 working days after 30 September from Northern Ireland, UK.
Return - This work is not eligible for return if bought in person at the exhibition (eligible for return only if bought online)
Artist - Selected Recognitions
- Works in public collections (both in Northern Ireland and Ireland)
- Extensively exhibited locally and internationally
- Artist in residence at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre (Ireland)
Patricia Kelly is an accomplished and successful textile artist. She creates abstract textile works using free motion embroidery techniques and old fabrics. Her inspiration and influence come from many sources including the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi or seeing beauty in the imperfect, the rugged landscape and skies in the west of Ireland, and the sense of belonging to a place, where family history is interwoven through present lives. Her work conveys something of the multi-layered nature of lives linked, stitched together – changing but staying the same, shifting, breathing, living.
Find out more about Patricia Kelly and view her works on the artist’s page.
A selection of other work by Patricia KellySee all works by this Artist