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    Lavelle creates playful and erudite mixed media creations - somewhere between exotic worlds and their impossible maps. Works could be seen as a contemporary take on metaphysics, asking questions of the world view, as did John Donne, Andrew Marvelle and other Elizabethan poets. The uncanny synthesis of collage and paint demands a second look.

    ‘These paintings are made using ink, watercolour, acrylic and collage on Arches and Saunders paper. There are found images and pieces of books, and Katazome and Chiyogame hand-printed papers. These Japanese papers are made with a traditional work-intensive process, as are the paintings.
    I collect the images from a variety of sources: maps, bird books from the 1950’s, biology and botanical sourcebooks, historical and travel books and catalogues.’

    ‘it’s exciting to simply play with the visual conceit of creating a landscape, setting out its topography, placing trees, mountains, seas and lakes, villages, swellings and important buildings, birds, animals, bits of biology and references to economics and society, all the while keeping it as visually beautiful as I possibly can. I am fascinated by the ideas around history, colonisation, and an alternative imagination around how history might have turned out.’

    BA Fine Art (Painting) National College of Art & Design Dublin 1991

    Has shown throughout Ireland in group and solo exhibitions.
    Irish Arts Review, Emerging Artist of the year award 2004.

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Lavelle creates playful and erudite mixed media creations - somewhere between exotic worlds and their impossible maps. Works could be seen as a contemporary take on metaphysics, asking questions of the world view, as did John Donne, Andrew Marvelle and other Elizabethan poets. The uncanny synthesis of collage and paint demands a second look.

‘These paintings are made using ink, watercolour, acrylic and collage on Arches and Saunders paper. There are found images and pieces of books, and Katazome and Chiyogame hand-printed papers. These Japanese papers are made with a traditional work-intensive process, as are the paintings.
I collect the images from a variety of sources: maps, bird books from the 1950’s, biology and botanical sourcebooks, historical and travel books and catalogues.’

‘it’s exciting to simply play with the visual conceit of creating a landscape, setting out its topography, placing trees, mountains, seas and lakes, villages, swellings and important buildings, birds, animals, bits of biology and references to economics and society, all the while keeping it as visually beautiful as I possibly can. I am fascinated by the ideas around history, colonisation, and an alternative imagination around how history might have turned out.’

BA Fine Art (Painting) National College of Art & Design Dublin 1991

Has shown throughout Ireland in group and solo exhibitions.
Irish Arts Review, Emerging Artist of the year award 2004.

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International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
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Night Owl 16

by  Gavin Lavelle

Night Owl 16

£235.00 (£235.00 Incl. tax)
Collage and mixed media | Artwork 16cm x 16cm | Weight 1 kg
Framed and glazed 30 x 30cm x 2cm
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    Lavelle creates playful and erudite mixed media creations - somewhere between exotic worlds and their impossible maps. Works could be seen as a contemporary take on metaphysics, asking questions of the world view, as did John Donne, Andrew Marvelle and other Elizabethan poets. The uncanny synthesis of collage and paint demands a second look.

    ‘These paintings are made using ink, watercolour, acrylic and collage on Arches and Saunders paper. There are found images and pieces of books, and Katazome and Chiyogame hand-printed papers. These Japanese papers are made with a traditional work-intensive process, as are the paintings.
    I collect the images from a variety of sources: maps, bird books from the 1950’s, biology and botanical sourcebooks, historical and travel books and catalogues.’

    ‘it’s exciting to simply play with the visual conceit of creating a landscape, setting out its topography, placing trees, mountains, seas and lakes, villages, swellings and important buildings, birds, animals, bits of biology and references to economics and society, all the while keeping it as visually beautiful as I possibly can. I am fascinated by the ideas around history, colonisation, and an alternative imagination around how history might have turned out.’

    BA Fine Art (Painting) National College of Art & Design Dublin 1991

    Has shown throughout Ireland in group and solo exhibitions.
    Irish Arts Review, Emerging Artist of the year award 2004.

    Delivery information
    International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
    Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
    more info HERE

Lavelle creates playful and erudite mixed media creations - somewhere between exotic worlds and their impossible maps. Works could be seen as a contemporary take on metaphysics, asking questions of the world view, as did John Donne, Andrew Marvelle and other Elizabethan poets. The uncanny synthesis of collage and paint demands a second look.

‘These paintings are made using ink, watercolour, acrylic and collage on Arches and Saunders paper. There are found images and pieces of books, and Katazome and Chiyogame hand-printed papers. These Japanese papers are made with a traditional work-intensive process, as are the paintings.
I collect the images from a variety of sources: maps, bird books from the 1950’s, biology and botanical sourcebooks, historical and travel books and catalogues.’

‘it’s exciting to simply play with the visual conceit of creating a landscape, setting out its topography, placing trees, mountains, seas and lakes, villages, swellings and important buildings, birds, animals, bits of biology and references to economics and society, all the while keeping it as visually beautiful as I possibly can. I am fascinated by the ideas around history, colonisation, and an alternative imagination around how history might have turned out.’

BA Fine Art (Painting) National College of Art & Design Dublin 1991

Has shown throughout Ireland in group and solo exhibitions.
Irish Arts Review, Emerging Artist of the year award 2004.

Delivery information
International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
more info HERE
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