Beth Louella – Oystercatcher


Medium: Paint on stretched canvas
Dimensions: 61 x 91.5 cm

‘Oystercatcher’ focuses on and celebrates spiritual and physical homes alongside reoccurring topics of heritage, identity, connection and strength.

The focus on the flying oystercatcher comes from the presence of them on local beaches in the Isle of Man, their movement, spiritual associations and symbolism. As well as being a familiar bird in the Isle of Man, oystercatchers can travel great distances and have multiple homes. Exploring the topic of home as someone who has mixed heritage, with close family in different continents, Beth appreciates the connection and symbolism the bird and the focus on nature represents in this painting.

More information about the piece and artist here.

  • £2,200.00
  • SKU: 1007849E
  • Availability: In Stock

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This piece will be available to collect after 14th April 2024.

Part of the exhibition Home, a creative response to our Island home as seen through the eyes of artists from The Creative Network and held at the Manx Museum from 18th November 2023 to 14th April 2024.

Note: we will contact you independently after purchase to plan collection from the Manx Museum.

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