Re-Visioning Marnie: Exhibition by Rachel Lawell
Jan 11 2018 - Feb 03 2018
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70 Bloomfield Avenue, Belfast,
Hitchcock's 1964 masterpiece 'Marnie' comes off the silver screen in this dynamic new exhibition ...
Hitchcock's 1964 masterpiece 'Marnie' comes off the silver screen in this dynamic new exhibition by Rachel Lawell.
Rachel is highly intrigued with the Hollywood film scene of the 1960s era, and her inspiration for this exhibition derives from Alfred Hitchcock's production of Marnie (1964). Here, she has selected a colour palette that works in relation to the time frame she is observing, and that coincides with the film production quality of that particular era.
Rachel graduated in fine art from Ulster University in 2016 and in September 2017, she gained an MA at Queens University Belfast in Film and Visual Studies to further develop her practice as a painter and an artist.
The exhibition runs at the ArtisAnn Gallery in Belfast from Thursday 11 January to Saturday 3 February 2018 during Gallery opening hours. Admission to the exhibition is free.
There is a special preview on Wednesday 10 January from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
All art is available to buy, and may be collected or delivered after the exhibition ends.