Artist Adrian Margey will be moving his Kilrea studio to the North Coast this summer as part of an eight week residency in Portrush.
Margey will be working from this pop-up studio and gallery space which will be open to the public each Friday – Sunday from Friday, July 17 onwards.
Margey’s wife, artist Evana Bjourson, will also be exhibiting her work in the gallery’s portrait room.
The pop-up studio and gallery is located at 99 Mark Street which is just off Main Street in Portrush, opposite the car park entrance of the Ramada Hotel.
At 29, Adrian can boast over twenty hugely successful solo exhibitions.