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Landmarks By Jim Manley (RUA)

Down Arts Centre, Downpatrick, Downpatrick, County Down, BT30 6BP
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By Jim Manley (RUA)

Acclaimed Co Down-based painter Jim Manley marks his 90th birthday with an exhibition of works spanning more than four decades. A previous winner of the McGonigal Prize (1979), the Paton's Prize EVA (1984) and the Landscape Prize RUA (1997), his mixed media (mainly water colours and acrylic) work primarily consists of land and seascapes. A seasoned environmental campaigner and conservationist, many of the works highlight human impacts on nature.

Date: Thursday 11 January – Friday 2 February
Time: During Opening Hours
Price: Free
Venue: Down Arts Centre

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