Exploring Spaces at the Braid Mid Antrim Museum features several paintings from Trouton’s 2011 series Still,
Exploring Spaces’ is a group exhibition curated by Marianne O’Kane Boal, comprising video, drawing, projection, installation, painting and sculpture.
Exhibition runs from 22 March – 31 May
Things go Dark
What Remains and Ariadne’s Thread will feature in the upcoming exhibition Things go Dark at the Model Nihland Gallery Sligo
Things go Dark presents a visual exploration of the principles of aestheticism through the work of nine contemporary Irish artists. Fiona Burke, Michael Canning, David Godbold, Conor Kelly, Elizabeth Magill, Eoin McHugh, Stephen McKenna, Alison Pilkington, Jennifer Trouton
Opening Sat. 03 May
Followed by an opening reception 6pm
Re Framing the Domestic in Irish Art
Looking at the Overlooked will feature in the upcoming Re Framing the Domestic in Irish Art curated by Aoife Ruane, Amanda Coogan and Jane Humphries at Highlanes Municpal gallery,Drogheda
Opens April 29th and features the work of Aideen Barry, Alice Maher, Maud Cotter, Isobel Nolan and Dorothy Cross.
Far Away Nearby
What Remains will feature in The Faraway Nearby, a multi-generational exhibition that looks at the transient nature of influence, revealing visual and formal affinities and methodologies between artwork and artists from NI.
Exhibition Runs from March 7th-May 17th
FE Mc Williams Gallery & Studio
Les Fleur du Mal
‘The Tree is known by its fruit’ features in the upcoming group exhibition Fleur Du Mal at the Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast
Exhibition runs from November 21st – December 21st
The Molesworth Gallery presents Interior Dialogue a group exhibition by Gallery and invited artists re -imagining the interior in contemporary art
Exhibition runs from November 15th-December 10th
Three Degrees of painting
Curated by Carissa Farrell, Three Degrees of Painting juxtaposes the work of three painters – Susan Connolly, Jennifer Trouton and Judy Carroll Deeley. The exhibition is produced by Solstice Arts Centre and is supported by the Arts Council. Read more
132nd Royal Ulster Academy Exhibition
Huddled Mass:No place like home, will be on exhibit as part of the 132nd Royal Ulster Academy exhibition held in the Ulster Musem. Opens October 17th and runs until Jan 5th 2014
Moments of Inception
Curated By Eoin Dara, Exhibiting artists include, Dougal McKenzie, Gail Ritchie, Clement McAleer and Majella Clancy. Opens at QSS Gallery, Bedforsd Street, Belfast 17th October, 6-9pm
‘Still Life’ group exhibtion
Our upcoming still life show includes recent works by a number of artists at Waterhouse & Dodd who are highly original still life painters: Karen Gunderson, Claire Jarvis, Michael Taylor & Jemimah Patterson. We also welcome a number of artists who are new to the gallery and add something original and interesting to the genre: Edmund Chamberlain, Stephen McKenna, Brian Sayers & Jennifer Trouton.