In The Frame: Winter – Ann Kavanagh

Posted December 1, 2017 in Arts and Culture

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“The aesthetics of my surroundings are important and this is why I create simple minimalistic prints that are visually delicate in relation to their colour and subject.

My work is a continuation of a visual journey, capturing the notion of place and time as reflected through nature and also the urban space that one inhabits.

In this image “Winter” it was early morning in an Alpine valley, there is a mist which gave a calm but cold feeling to its atmosphere. Two hours later the mist disappeared and blue skies emerged which gave very different images.”

Ann Kavanagh is a visual artist and a member of the Black Church print studio.

She studied fine art at IADT and graduated with a BA (Honours) degree in Visual Arts Practice (Fine Art) in 2004. Ann mainly works across the mediums of photography and printmaking.


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