Aimee Melaugh



Fine art giclée print on 308gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag.

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Artist's Statement

My paintings present a burst of memory, depicting a moment in time and have the potential to be viewed as a door to re-examine past events, inviting the viewer to be transported into a different time and space. References to my grandfather’s experience of being in the army during World War II are evident in the form of numbers, dates and descriptions. My paintings utilise abstract and figurative elements to explore fragmented memories and emotions. The figures in my paintings are often blurred and merge into their surroundings, allowing the viewer to interpret the painting in relation to their own experience. Body parts along with other objects appear in certain sections and disappear in others, creating a narrative with no ending or beginning.


Aimee Melaugh is an Irish artist based at Clarendon Street Studios, Derry.  She graduated from the Ulster University with a First Class Honours (BA Hons) in Fine Art Painting in 2018.  Since graduating, Melaugh has been selected to exhibit at the Royal Ulster Academy’s 137th annual exhibition and the ArtisAnn Gallery Emerging Artist Exhibition.  Melaugh has been the recipient of a Belfast Print Workshop residency award and was longlisted for the RDS Visual Arts Award in 2018.  She has exhibited at Platform Arts Belfast as part of a joint painting exhibition and has had a solo exhibition at The Glassworks, Derry which was supported by the Arts Council Northern Ireland.  Melaugh has also exhibited at PS² Belfast as part of her Belfast Print Workshop graduate award and is part of Gallery 545’s online gallery.  In June 2021 she will be completing a one month residency at St Augustine’s Old Schoolhouse in Derry as part of Art Arcadia.  She will also be having a solo exhibition at the Verbal Arts Centre in Derry during 2021.  Melaugh’s work is part of the Arts Council Northern Ireland’s permanent collection and has been purchased by the Belfast School of Art.

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