Exhibition Opening Thursday 9th January, 6-9pm
Exhibition continues 10th-31st January 2020
When It Rains, It Pours is a group exhibition by Sophia Campbell, Paddy McKeown and Cameron Stewart at Platform Arts. Environmental collapse, the power of water and the human imagination are depicted across the works. The exhibition features paintings, sound, sculpture and moving image.
Sophia Campbell is a painter and Resident Artist based at the Belfast School of Art. Since graduating in 2019 with a First Class Honours degree in Fine Art from Ulster University, Campbell has exhibited work at the Engine Room Gallery Summer Show, ArtisAnn Gallery Emerging Artists exhibition and was 1 of 13 artists shortlisted to exhibit at the RDS Visual Art Awards in Dublin. Campbell has also featured work in the 136th and 137th Royal Ulster Academy exhibition at the Ulster Museum.
Cameron Stewart is a painter and Artist in Residence based at the Belfast School of Art. Stewart graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Fine Art Paining in 2019 from Ulster University. Stewart was a recipient of the Queen Street Studios Gallery Award and long listed for the RDS Visual Art Awards at the Belfast School of Art Degree Shows. He has since exhibited at the Engine Room Gallery Summer Show and has work as part of Ulster University’s permanent collection.
Paddy McKeown is an artist and musician based in Queen Street Studios, Belfast and is currently a Resident Artist at Digital Art Studios. McKeown graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art from Ulster University in 2019. He has exhibited at the Centre for Contemporary Art, Derry, Catalyst Arts members show and Goose Lane Gallery, Belfast. McKeown received the QSS Gallery Award, Engine Room Gallery Award, DAS residency award and long listed for the RDS Visual Art Awards at the Belfast School of Art Degree Shows.