Now remaining to view until April 28th. Large oil paintings by Anne Heagney made shortly after losing hearing in one ear and partially in the other.
They are reflections in windows, daytime and night time, combined with what is seen through the window.
Anne herself appears faintly within the paintings, reflecting the feeling of not quite being present which hearing impaired people often have.
The challenge for an artist is tackling the varied tones of both reflections and reality, lights and reflected lights.
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