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Still Time to View Sean Campbell’s Latest Exhibition
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There’s still time to view Sean Campbell’s latest exhibition, currently on display in Belfast Waterfront’s Gallery 2.

Memories of a Place I’ve Never Seen is unique body of work in which the artist uses glass to reflect, refract and trap light seemingly at will. Instead of using oils or watercolours, this is painting with light.

Sean invites visitors to spend time with his work: “The beauty of the material can capture you for an instant, but take a second longer look and let your own bank of memories and experience float to the surface. Everyone has a story. Sometimes we need a catalyst to make it real.”

There’s still time to view Sean Campbell’s latest exhibition, Memories of a Place I’ve Never Seen, on display in Belfast Waterfront’s Gallery 2 until Friday 31 May.

There’s still time to view Sean Campbell’s latest exhibition, Memories of a Place I’ve Never Seen, on display in Belfast Waterfront’s Gallery 2 until Friday 31 May.

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Campbell recently returned from China, where he exhibited in Beijing and Shanghai followed by an inspirational residency in Nanjing. Sean Campbell’s Memories of a Place I’ve Never Seen is on display until Friday 31 May.

Visitors to Belfast Waterfront and The Ulster Hall can enjoy a wide range of captivating art and photographic exhibitions throughout the year, featuring works by renowned local and international artists.

Please note that as the Waterfront exhibition space is in working buildings there may be times when the gallery is closed to the public. It is recommended that those visiting specifically to view the art works should call in advance to check opening hours. Tel: 028 9033 4400.

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