Adger opens ‘Parallax Image’ art exhibition

Cllr Beth Adger MBE, Vice Chair of the Council's Operations Committee is pictured with John Lashford at the opening of 'Parallax Image' exhibition. (Submitted Picture).

Cllr Beth Adger MBE, Vice Chair of the Council's Operations Committee is pictured with John Lashford at the opening of 'Parallax Image' exhibition. (Submitted Picture).

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An art exhibition in Larne aimed at encouraging people to view things from ‘a different perspective has proved very successful.

The ‘Parallax Image’ exhibition, which was opened by Cllr Adger in her role as vice chair of Mid & East Antrim Council’s Operations Committee, was the first to be held by the new authority in Larne’s Museum and Arts Centre at Victoria Road.

‘Parallax Image’ is the culmination of artist Jon Lashford’s expressionist art and the work displayed, while mainly in oils, also included drawings in oil pastel with many in a large format.

A native of Warrington, Jon Lashford has spent the last 45 years living in Northern Ireland and currently lives in Larne.

He thanked Cllr Adger for opening the exhibition and Mid and East Antrim Council for playing host to it.