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EXHIBITION: "DECADENT DAYS" by Emma Doyle

EXHIBITION: "DECADENT DAYS" by Emma Doyle

12-09-2011
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“Decadent Days”

September 2011

Emma Doyle is a self-taught artist from Bray, Co. Wicklow.

Her major influences are Gustav Klimt, Frida Kahlo and Van Gogh amongst others.

Colour plays an important role in her work. ‘I like to start by painting with light shades and gradually adding more intense colours. My work is mainly based on a stylised version of the human figure’.

Her Icon Factory exhibition, ‘Decadent Days’, was based on the art & fashion of the 1920s.

 

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WHERE IS THE ICON FACTORY AND THE ICON WALK?
Temple Bar, Dublin 2 – Just off Fleet Street (Behind the Temple Bar Hotel, The Hard Rock Cafe and The Morgan Hotel)
Look For – Aston Place, Bedford Lane and Price’s Lane for the Icon Walk.