Seascapes and Skylines, Clare based visual artist Rita Linney to exhibit new paintings at the Clare Museum. Born in Yorkshire, Rita Linney moved to County Clare in 2016 to follow her ambition to work as a full time artist. She attended Art College in Doncaster and Canterbury to study fine art and over the years has worked with various artists including prominent Yorkshire artist David J Curtis ROI, RSMA in the north east of Britain. Rita has exhibited with various prestigious venues in England including the Royal Society of Marine Artists. Working mainly in oils, Rita produces work of various sizes from 7″ X 5″ up to 30″ X 24, she finds inspiration from the coast and rural areas, where the light can be amazing and there is no shortage of subjects to choose from. The exhibition runs from the 5th – 31st March at the Ennis Museum and features new paintings of both local land and seascapes.
All art works are for sale, it’s a free event and all are welcome to attend. Rita’s work can also be viewed on www.artweb.com