Solomon Fine Art is delighted to host the second and much anticipated solo exhibition of works by Margo Banks. The exhibition will include a range of Banks’s popular large-scale mixed-media studies of Irish wildlife which capture the freedom, autonomy and sense of otherness enjoyed by creatures of the wild.


In this new series of works Banks responds to the evolution of the natural environment of Ireland over millennia. Looking at the Irish landscape and fauna in terms of its declining biodiversity, the work celebrates what has endured and what has been lost. 


Banks is a Fellow of the Ballinglen Arts Foundation and has exhibited widely around Ireland including the Royal Hibernian Academy and Royal Ulster Academy. Her work sits in private collections across Ireland, the US, UK and Holland, as well as the Office of Public Works, Enterprise Ireland and Cill Rialaig Arts Centre.


 A day-long reception to launch the exhibition will take place on Thursday July 22nd from 12-7pm. We kindly ask visitors to book a time slot for the opening day via Eventbrite  Alternatively please phone us at the gallery to book a time that suits you. This will ensure that we can maintain small numbers of guests in the gallery for your comfort and safety. 


Margo Banks: Walking Backwards