Charlie Scott is a painter based between Belfast and Donegal. The themes of his work are rooted in time and nature, often gravitating towards spiritual or metaphysical responses to landscape. Growing up surrounded by the silent bogs, lakes and halted railway lines below Mount Errigal in Co. Donegal; he combines fragments of memory, natural elements and human impulse as a means to reconstruct time. Scott values the tactile nature of oil paint as one that parallels the experience of nature. Utilising painting as an excavation process to uproot and uncover imagery.
Conor Lecture Theatre, Ulster University, Belfast Campus, York Street, Belfast, BT15 1ED.
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