An exhibition in two parts.
First, a group of thirty studies which recently returned from an exhibition at the Guernica Peace Museum, Spain called “Can Art Stop a Bullet?” affectionately referred to as “From Guernica with Love”. Predominantly drawings, these works represent – both literally and symbolically – the tragedy of war, the importance of accepting our history, and the power of art and pacifism in enacting change.
Second, a selection of works that appear in the 2019 feature-length documentary film ‘Can Art Stop a Bullet? William Kelly’s Big Picture’ which reveals, through his work, the artist’s long career in art and activism.