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Here we feature some of the artists who’s work has been exhibited or featured at Hambly & Hambly.

Conor Walton

"I see myself as a figurative painter in the European tradition, attempting to maintain my craft at the highest level, using paint to explore issues of truth, meaning and value. All my paintings are attempted answers to the three questions in the title of Gauguin’s famous painting: ‘Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?’" Conor Walton was born in Dublin in 1970. He studied...
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Douglas Hutton

Douglas Hutton is a 67 year old Scottish born Artist trained at Edinburgh Art College. His work is mainly landscape. He has exhibited in various group exhibitions and has held 5 solo exhibitions in Scotland and Ireland. Now painting full-time he had previously worked as a Community Artist, a Labourer, an Estate Worker and an Accountant and more recently he was Head of Art at Portora for 25 ...
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Trevor D’Arcy

Dublin based artist Trevor D’Arcy is a self-taught and self-directed artist working across many different media spanning painting, stone carving, assemblage and drawing. D’Arcy studied and worked for a number of years at the Leitrim Sculpture Centre expanding his practice and exhibiting works both there and in Dublin. This is his first exhibition in Northern Ireland.
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Helen Sloan

Helen Sloan is principal photographer for HBO’s Game Of Thrones and exhibits her fine art photography rarely. She was born in Ireland in a family environment of artistic parents - father interested in art work and mother in music and both pursued teaching profession. She started using the first camera (Nikon F3), at the age of 11 lent to her by her father when photography became her passion. E...
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Michael Brown

For twenty years Fermanagh has been the base for film-maker and artist Michael Brown though his focus on social and environmental issues regularly takes him all around the world as a facilitator for marginalised communities to speak out on issues that directly affect them. Back home in Fermanagh he works in a similar way with local communities to explore and document their heritage in film. M...
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Gay Brabazon

Having spent many years painting designs for commercial fabric screen printing, Brabazon parked the paintbrush and entered the Irish film business where she worked as an assistant director - the most notable film being James Joyce’s short story “The Dead” directed by John Huston. In 2003 she returned to painting. Encouraged by receiving a site-specific commission for a BMW showroom along with...
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Joanne Behan

Joanne Behan (Born 1971) is a sculptor from County Monaghan. She graduated with a B.A. in Fine Art from Crawford College of Art, Cork, specialising in sculpture in 1997.  After college Joanne spent a number of years living abroad. She returned to Ireland in 2002 and worked as a Gallery Curator and Public Art Manager for Monaghan County Council from 2004 -2009.  From 2011 Joanne has been involv...
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Duncan Ross

Duncan is an illustrator and arts educator. Between 2003 and 2014 he drew for the award winning Factotum arts organisation and their newspaper, The Vacuum, as well as for the Venice Biennale publication for the Northern Irish Pavillion. He has exhibited widely including a major solo exhibition. Ongoing work includes a monthly live participatory drawing event called Skull, and a nascent gallery...
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Pawel Kleszczewski

Born in 1982 in Szczecin, Poland. Pawel graduated in Painting and Stained Glass at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland.  He is a Visual artist and Filmmaker. He works in the fields of Painting and Video Animation. His works ware presented on numerous international art exhibitions and film festivals. He was artist in residence in Jonkoping Sweden; Tartu, Estonia; Freising, Ge...
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Rita Duffy

Internationally acclaimed and greatly collected artist Rita Duffy was born in 1959 in Belfast. She received her BA at the Art and Design Centre and her MA in Fine Art at the University of Ulster. She is one of Northern Ireland's groundbreaking artist who began her work concentrating primarily on the figurative/narrative tradition. Her art is often autobiographical, including themes and images ...
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