Northern Ireland artist Adrian Margey will display his work at an exhibition in Belfast this weekend.
The exhibition at Titanic Hotel will showcase large-scale canvases to smaller pieces depicting Belfast city, including portrayals of Belfast Castle, Cavehill, Belvoir Forest, the Crown Bar, City Hall and Barnetts Demesne.
Donegal, the north coast, Glens of Antrim and the Mournes have also inspired much of Margey’s new collection, while representations of traditional Irish musicians and dancers will also be on show.
Margey said: “I am incredibly excited to be exhibiting in one of the famous drawing offices at Titanic Hotel where many of the world’s largest and most innovative ships were designed. I’m blown away when I think of the hundreds of creative minds and hands that worked in this space down the years.
"The exhibition space is really beautiful. Flooded with natural northern light it lends itself perfectly to showcasing my diverse new collection. I will be on hand throughout the course of the exhibition to discuss the work on show and talk over potential commissions with visitors.”
The exhibition will run on Friday, February 7 from 6pm – 9pm, Saturday, February 8 from 11am – 8pm and Sunday, February 9 from 11am – 6pm. Admission is free.
For more information telephone Margey’s Portrush studio on 07841593762 or visit www.adrianmargey.com.