Two artists dealing with the '˜unseen with the naked eye' will be delivering free talks at Cupola Gallery on Saturday 4 March.Kate Sully & Bruce Rimell will both be giving a talk about their current exhibitions on Saturday 4 march.Kate Sully discussing Revelation:Saturday 4 March, 2pmBruce Rimell discussing Beyond Angels & Demons:Saturday 4 March, 3:30pmVenue: Cupola Gallery, 178a Middlewood Road, Sheffield S6 1TDKate Sully will be discussing her exhibition '˜Revelation' at 2pm. There will be opportunities for Q&A after the talk.She will be discussing her work with a number of academic researchers from the University of Sheffield.Kate is using images from bio engineering research as well as cutting edge technology in the world of reproduction as inspiration to create mixed media artworks that become the conduit between art and science.Bruce Rimell will be delivering a talk about his exhibition '˜Beyond Demons & Angels' at 3:30pm. There will be opportunities for Q & A after the talk.Bruce Rimell will be talking about the shamanic and visionary inspirations behind his vivid artwork imagery, as well as the Dual Image medium, in which one image is seen by daylight and another different image under UV illumination.Both talks are free. Booking is recommended due to limited space, but not required. To register for a place please visit: bruceandkatetalks.eventbrite.com

Two artists dealing with the '˜unseen with the naked eye' will be delivering free talks at Cupola Gallery on Saturday 4 March.Kate Sully & Bruce Rimell will both be giving a talk about their current exhibitions on Saturday 4 march.Kate Sully discussing Revelation:Saturday 4 March, 2pmBruce Rimell discussing Beyond Angels & Demons:Saturday 4 March, 3:30pmVenue: Cupola Gallery, 178a Middlewood Road, Sheffield S6 1TDKate Sully will be discussing her exhibition '˜Revelation' at 2pm. There will be opportunities for Q&A after the talk.She will be discussing her work with a number of academic researchers from the University of Sheffield.Kate is using images from bio engineering research as well as cutting edge technology in the world of reproduction as inspiration to create mixed media artworks that become the conduit between art and science.Bruce Rimell will be delivering a talk about his exhibition '˜Beyond Demons & Angels' at 3:30pm. There will be opportunities for Q & A after the talk.Bruce Rimell will be talking about the shamanic and visionary inspirations behind his vivid artwork imagery, as well as the Dual Image medium, in which one image is seen by daylight and another different image under UV illumination.Both talks are free. Booking is recommended due to limited space, but not required. To register for a place please visit: bruceandkatetalks.eventbrite.com

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Wednesday, 01 March, 2017, 14:25
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Two artists dealing with the ‘unseen with the naked eye’ will be delivering free talks at Cupola Gallery on Saturday 4 March.

Kate Sully & Bruce Rimell will both be giving a talk about their current exhibitions on Saturday 4 march.

Saturday 4 March, 2pm

Bruce Rimell discussing Beyond Angels & Demons:

Saturday 4 March, 3:30pm

Venue: Cupola Gallery, 178a Middlewood Road, Sheffield S6 1TD

Kate Sully will be discussing her exhibition ‘Revelation’ at 2pm. There will be opportunities for Q&A after the talk.

She will be discussing her work with a number of academic researchers from the University of Sheffield.

Kate is using images from bio engineering research as well as cutting edge technology in the world of reproduction as inspiration to create mixed media artworks that become the conduit between art and science.

Bruce Rimell will be delivering a talk about his exhibition ‘Beyond Demons & Angels’ at 3:30pm. There will be opportunities for Q & A after the talk.

Bruce Rimell will be talking about the shamanic and visionary inspirations behind his vivid artwork imagery, as well as the Dual Image medium, in which one image is seen by daylight and another different image under UV illumination.

Both talks are free. Booking is recommended due to limited space, but not required. To register for a place please visit: bruceandkatetalks.eventbrite.com