Artist Joy Clements is laid to rest
The life of renowned artist Joy Clements was celebrated yesterday at her funeral service in Belfast.
Mrs Clements (nee Drackett-Case), best known for paintings that expressed the dream theories of the father of analytic psychology Carl Gustav Jung, and symbolism relating to mandala in Hinduism, died at her home in Jordanstown on Sunday.
She was born in Suffolk but moved to Northern Ireland after meeting her husband, the late Edgar, during her service with the Women's Auxiliary Air Force during the Second World War.
Two pieces of her work are currently being exhibited in Belfast, while a third was on show just three weeks ago at the Crescent Arts Centre.
Mrs Clements was laid to rest in Carnmoney Cemetery.