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

Cathy Carman

My work explores the interior physic, looking for the poetic moment in the female form the primal image from the subconscious. My figures are carriers - some of burden others joy, exploring the desire for love, belonging counterpointed by loss and fracture. These sculptures were made over a 3-year period a time of turbulence and change - my brother died and my partner became ill conditions tha...
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Simon Carman

Now one of the most highly regarded stone sculptures in Ireland, Simon Carman lives and works in County Fermanagh. Simon has recently been awarded a major commission for The Irish National Stud and also 21 Tara Stones for Sami-Ling Buddhist Centre in Scotland. As well as producing his own work, Carman is well recognised for his casting and carving skills and is often called upon to fabricate w...
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Susan Mannion

Susan Mannion is a printmaker and a copper enamellist, her specialism is wood engraving. She has had work exhibited nationally and internationally, with her artwork also held in several public and private collections. Susan was recently awarded an artist residency in Japan, where she undertook an intensive study of Japanese woodcut. Originally from Omagh, Susan lived in Belfast for a number...
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Diane Henshaw

  Originally from Islandmagee in Co. Antrim, Henshaw studied her BA and MFA in Fine Art at UUB & practised in Belfast at Queen Street Studios artists collective for just under a decade before moving to Fermanagh where she has been based for over 13 years. Over the past twenty years, Henshaw has exhibited throughout the world in locations in Europe, North America, Asia and Indone...
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Matthew Gammon

Matthew Gammon specialises in creating photographic prints using the traditional intaglio printmaking technique. His work explores, through abstraction, the innate beauty to be found in the structures and patterns of the commonplace, and has featured in exhibitions by the Royal Ulster Academy, the Royal Hibernian Academy and the Royal Photographic Society.
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