Chanelle Walshe

Chanelle Walshe

15th Oct 2009 - 18th Oct 2009

Chanelle Walshe is a Dublin based artist currently in her final year at NCAD.

Walshe’s self-reflective work highlights her interest in the enigmatic relationship between artist and nature. Her latest work, a series of large scale paintings based on nests and cocoons, pays close attention to this concept.

Walshe says of her work ; ‘I want to project an intimate understanding of these natural forms through painting, I like to handle paint – literally throw it around – as if I have just put my hand into the earth and pulled up a fistful of muck and roots. Examination and understanding makes my paintings what they are.’

Walshe’s exhibition ‘Paintings’ opens in The Joinery on Arbour Hill, Stoneybatterr, Dublin 7 on October 15th and continues until October 18th.

Chanelle Walshe is a Dublin based artist currently in her final year at NCAD. Walshe's self-reflective work highlights her interest in the enigmatic relationship between artist and nature. Her latest work, a series of large scale paintings based on nests and cocoons, pays close attention to this concept. Walshe says of her work ; 'I want to project an intimate understanding of these natural forms through painting, I like to handle paint - literally throw it around - as if I have just put my hand into the earth and pulled up a fistful of muck and roots. Examination and understanding makes my paintings what they are.' Walshe's exhibition 'Paintings' opens in The Joinery on Arbour Hill, Stoneybatterr, Dublin 7 on October 15th and continues until October 18th.Chanelle Walshe is a Dublin based artist currently in her final year at NCAD. Walshe's self-reflective work highlights her interest in the enigmatic relationship between artist and nature. Her latest work, a series of large scale paintings based on nests and cocoons, pays close attention to this concept. Walshe says of her work ; 'I want to project an intimate understanding of these natural forms through painting, I like to handle paint - literally throw it around - as if I have just put my hand into the earth and pulled up a fistful of muck and roots. Examination and understanding makes my paintings what they are.' Walshe's exhibition 'Paintings' opens in The Joinery on Arbour Hill, Stoneybatterr, Dublin 7 on October 15th and continues until October 18th.
Chanelle Walshe is a Dublin based artist currently in her final year at NCAD. Walshe's self-reflective work highlights her interest in the enigmatic relationship between artist and nature. Her latest work, a series of large scale paintings based on nests and cocoons, pays close attention to this concept. Walshe says of her work ; 'I want to project an intimate understanding of these natural forms through painting, I like to handle paint - literally throw it around - as if I have just put my hand into the earth and pulled up a fistful of muck and roots. Examination and understanding makes my paintings what they are.' Walshe's exhibition 'Paintings' opens in The Joinery on Arbour Hill, Stoneybatterr, Dublin 7 on October 15th and continues until October 18th.Chanelle Walshe is a Dublin based artist currently in her final year at NCAD. Walshe's self-reflective work highlights her interest in the enigmatic relationship between artist and nature. Her latest work, a series of large scale paintings based on nests and cocoons, pays close attention to this concept. Walshe says of her work ; 'I want to project an intimate understanding of these natural forms through painting, I like to handle paint - literally throw it around - as if I have just put my hand into the earth and pulled up a fistful of muck and roots. Examination and understanding makes my paintings what they are.' Walshe's exhibition 'Paintings' opens in The Joinery on Arbour Hill, Stoneybatterr, Dublin 7 on October 15th and continues until October 18th.Chanelle Walshe is a Dublin based artist currently in her final year at NCAD. Walshe's self-reflective work highlights her interest in the enigmatic relationship between artist and nature. Her latest work, a series of large scale paintings based on nests and cocoons, pays close attention to this concept. Walshe says of her work ; 'I want to project an intimate understanding of these natural forms through painting, I like to handle paint - literally throw it around - as if I have just put my hand into the earth and pulled up a fistful of muck and roots. Examination and understanding makes my paintings what they are.' Walshe's exhibition 'Paintings' opens in The Joinery on Arbour Hill, Stoneybatterr, Dublin 7 on October 15th and continues until October 18th.