Artist

Felicity
Clear

Felicity Clear's practice involves the intersection of line, light and perception.  Drawing in a varity of mediums and in various scales is at the core, from small two-dimensional works on paper to large sculptural installations and hand drawn animation. The provisional nature of drawing and its other technical role in engineering, architecture and everyday life are central reference points.  Perspective is often skewed and three-dimensional elements cast shadows which present visual conundrums. 

Felicity Clear is from Dublin, she was educated at the National College of Art and Design, and later received an MA from Dun Laoghaire College of Art Design and Technology.  Her work has been included in curated group exhibitions in the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Contemporary Arts Society London, Crawford Gallery Cork and the National Gallery of Ireland.

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Looming Concerns I, 2020
Looming Concerns I, 2020
Intaglio. Sheet size 65 x 57 cm.
Edition of 40
Looming Concerns II, 2020
Looming Concerns II, 2020
Intaglio. Sheet size 65 x 57cm.
Edition of 40
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