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UPCOMING EXHIBITION

23.11.22—12.01.23

Ross Miley

Into the Mystic

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Mallory Farm, 40 Shore Road, Killyleagh, Downpatrick,

Co. Down, Northern Ireland, BT30 9UE

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+44 (0)7795 514 661

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Above: Detail from 'Stalls'  |  Leanne McDonagh

Lambda C-Type Print mounted in Liquid Acrylic 

594 x 841mm

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'Into the Mystic'

New Paintings by Ross Miley

CURRENT EXHIBITION

23.11.22—12.01.23

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE

 

GALLERY OPENING:

Thursday—Saturday, 1pm—5pm, or by appointment

Closed Sunday

 

Detail from 'Stalls'  |  Leanne McDonagh

Lambda C-Type Print mounted in Liquid Acrylic 

594 x 841mm

CURRENT EXHIBITION

23.11.22—12.01.23

Into the Mystic

Ross Miley

The Katie Lindsay Gallery is delighted to present Ross Miley’s first solo show. Ross Miley is from Greyabbey and graduated from Manchester School of Art with first Class honours in 2022. This series of new paintings relate to his move back home from Manchester to a studio in Carrowdore, the Ards Peninsula, Northern Ireland. Miley explains how these paintings are not of any particular landscape but influenced by being in the surrounding landscapes and the changing seasons.

 

Miley often paints with music playing in the background. He’s spoken about inspiration from tracks like Radiohead’s Weird Fishes/Arpeggi and there is a link to an industrial, ‘punk aesthetic’ in some of his colour choices; the petrol blues, candy pinks and neon oranges. There is a softness too; looking at colours through a veil...

Lucid

180 x 150cm

Acrylic, Oil, Chalk and Spray paint on canvas

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