These photographs are from The Opening of CCEA ‘True Colours Exhibition’ installed at the Ulster Museum.
Euan Stitt’s work is one of only eight GCSE pieces selected for the exhibition and is the first ever selected from GCSE Contemporary Craft.
Euan working on the theme of sustainability, focussed on the ecology of the planet and established a connection with the work of bees and our ancient Giant’s Causeway.
Investigative and preparatory work established that the mathematics of the hive and the Causeway are identical.
Euan created a propogator / bug hotel from natural and recyclyed materials, underpinning the theme of sustainability, resulting in a visually striking three dimensional sculptural piece that displays imagination allied to practical skills and capabilities.
The exhibition is open to the public at Ulster Museum and runs from the 9th to 26th February.