Lorraine Fletcher,  Armagh and Galway

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Campercow Brothers
Campercow Brothers, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 70 cm
Campercow Belle
Campercow Belle, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 60 cm
Campercow 1
Campercow 1, Acrylic, 60 x 60 cm
Bee Campercow
Bee Campercow, Acrylic, 40 x 40 cm
Yellow Blouse
Yellow Blouse, Acrylic, 60 x 60 cm
Valentine Campercow
Valentine Campercow, Acrylic, 40 x 40 cm
Ruby Lips
Ruby Lips, Acrylic, 30 x 30 cm
Watch Over Me
Watch Over Me, Acrylic, 30 x 60 cm
Fly away
Fly away, Acrylic with copperleaf, 30 x 30 cm
Emerald Eyes
Emerald Eyes, Acrylic, 60 x 60 cm
Distant Memories
Distant Memories, Acrylic, 50 x 70 cm
Come Back
Come Back, Acrylic with copperleaf, 30 x 30 cm
Button Force
Button Force, Watercolour, 19 x 14in
The Whistle
The Whistle, Watercolour, 21 x 15in
At Arms Length
At Arms Length, Watercolour, 30 x 21in
On Fire
On Fire, Watercolour, 19 x 14in
Up and Down the Board
Up and Down the Board, Watercolour, 18 x 18in
Dedication, Watercolour, 16 x 22in
Intensity, Watercolour, 15 x 15in
Pride and Joy
Pride and Joy, Watercolour, 13 x 19in
Strings, Pen and Ink, 19 x 10in
Rythym in Motion
Rythym in Motion, Watercolour, 21 x 28in
Hands on the Low Whistle
Hands on the Low Whistle, Pen and Ink, 9 x 19in
Banjoed, Watercolour, 12 x 17in

Lorraine Fletcher Art (Download The Catalogue)

Lorraine, originally from Co. Armagh has been painting from childhood. Lorraine studied at Belfast University of Ulster and graduated with a BA Hons Degree in Fine Art and Design.

Since moving to Galway Lorraine has worked extensively as an artist and musician (she also plays the fiddle) and has received many commissions. The focus on 'hands' in this series of work is very much a reflection of her musical experiences. To play an instrument we need our hands and each instrument is distinct in terms of how they are played. Lorraine feels every musician has their own style and way of playing their instrument and her paintings definitely capture this. Lorraine's main inspiration for this exhibition comes from her love of traditional music; it's musicians and the way it is played.

In more recent times her focus has been on more figurative work, especially the female form, which can be seen on her website. Website : www.lorrainefletcher.co.uk