Ariande’s Thread is a one-night exhibition by EASI studio artist, Beata Rosik, recipient of the 2022 Tones Studio award.

The award has enabled Beata, a photographer originally from Poland, to work at the EASI studio.  EASI is a wonderful facility that offers artists the opportunity to work in individual and shared work spaces. The exhibition on Culture Night will allow the general public to see a showcase of the work being created at the locally-based artist Studios.

My name is Beat Rosik. I’m 49 years old. I’m originally from Poland.  My passion is Fine Art Photography. I live in Ennis since 2007.  I’ve been photographing since I’m here, which is about 15 years, it’s a long period of my life.  My photos are appreciated all over the world and were displayed at Photo Exhibitions in Canada, India, Romania, Slovenia, England, Georgia, Oman, Cyprus, Sri Lanka, Singapore and many others.  I represent Ireland in the International Photo Contests. I have won many competition including a lot of Gold medals and special awards for the Best Author.  In 2022 I have won Tones Studio Residency Award in Co. Clare. My passion is photographing people especially children. Part of my photos are paintings where you can notice my quite tough childhood. I am passionate with different techniques, for example working with a prism. My motto is the best picture still waiting to be done.

Brought to you by Clare Arts Office with the support of the Arts Council.

All are welcome and admission is free.

Brought to you by Clare Arts Office with the support of the Arts Council.

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