26 September - 29 October 2016
In Conversations, are series of new monotypes, Stephen Snoddy shares Matisse's lifelong obsession with a visual conversation between inside and outside and often uses the window motif as a formal device to construct work.
Snoddy was born in Belfast, NI and currently lives in Manchester. He trained as a painter at Belfast College of Art where he graduated with an M.A. in Fine Art. He exhibited at the Royal Ulster Academy last summer and has had a recent solo exhibition, 'Looking Out' at the Roberto Polo Gallery, Brussels and has a forthcoming exhibition at Southampton City Art Gallery in February, 2017.
His work is in the following collections: Art Care, NI; Craig Gardner & Co. Dublin; Department of the Environment, NI; Frank Cohen Collection; Hertfordshire Education Authority; Lisburn Borough Council; The Priseman - Seabrook Collection and Ulster Television, Belfast.
Conversation 1, 2016
50 x 60 cms