Riverbank Arts Centre presents Inside Outside, a new exhibition of work by ceramic sculptor Isobel Egan. Egan has developed this series of wall mounted ceramic sculptures evoking themes of space, stillness and containment. Her aim with this work is to pique the curiosity of the viewer and invite them to explore initially hidden aspects of the pieces.
Inspired by space and architecture, she works with porcelain as its intrinsic characteristics, its translucence and delicate paper-like quality, enables the realisation of her concepts.
Egan's work has been described as humble and, paradoxically, both strong and extremely fragile. Her sculptural pieces join simplicity of form to the complexity of an inner perspective or space.
Official Opening, Saturday 7 November, 6pm
Join us for the launch of the exhibition, which will be opened by Dr. Audrey Whitty, Ph.D. who has been Keeper of the Art and Industrial Division (Decorative Arts and History), National Museum of Ireland since January 2015.