Clare Arts Office in conjunction with the Clare Museum is delighted to present “Eyes The Looking Glass Of The Soul“ a photography exhibition by Polish artist Beata Rosik.

Beata has been living in Ennis since 2007. Beata’s passion is Fine Art Photography and she has been doing photography since she arrived in Ireland, 15 years ago.

Beata’s photographs are globally appreciated which have been displayed in photo exhibitions in countries like Canada, India, Romania, Slovenia, England, Georgia, Oman, Cyprus, Sri Lanka, Singapore and many more. Beata has represented Ireland in the International Photo Competitions organiser by the International Federation of Photograpic Art , Global Photographic Union and Photographic Society of America. She has won many competitions including gold medals and special awards for Best Author.

Beata received special photography distinctions for the oustanding and very valuable participation from Cyprus, India and Romania and in 2021/2022 she won the special award for Best Female Entrant in three International Photo Competitions in Cyprus. Beata also received the Tones Studio Residency Award from Clare Arts Office in 2021 which is a great honour for her.

In September 2022, Beata held an amazing exhibition as part of Clare Culture Night. Beata’s passion is photographing people, especially children.  It is obvious from some of her photographs that Beata had quite a tough childhood  in Poland but her love of children shines through her work.  She loves to work with prism and is passionate about working with different techniques.

Beata is excited about the future and what her photography can bring.  Her motto is ‘the best  picture is yet to come’!

 –  Clare Museum, Ennis