What the centre cannot hold

Until 7th October

Ipswich Art Gallery

In these new works Madeleine Kelly takes images of local flowers and seed pods as a starting point and interweaves them with disparate images drawn from a variety of sources.

The finished paintings present a complex realm where references from mythology, politics and art history intersect with and the artist’s concern for the environment.

IMAGE: Madeleine Kelly, Axis of dream (2019) Oil on polyester, 152 x 111.5 cm. Courtesy of the artist

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