Margaret Cahill

Contemporary painter, Manchester, UK

Blue Girl I
Blue Girl I

Oil and mixed media on board 17x12cm £325

Girl With Leaves
Girl With Leaves

Oil and mixed media on canvas board 17x12cm £325

Blue Girl II
Blue Girl II

Oil and mixed media on board 17x12cm £325

Yellow House
Yellow House

Oil and mixed media on canvas 30x30cm £495

Pink Leaves
Pink Leaves

Oil and mixed media on canvas board 17x12cm £325

Red
Red

Oil and mixed media on canvas 30x30cm £495

Adrift
Adrift

Oil on canvas 30x30cm £495

Stranded
Stranded

Oil on canvas 30x30cm £495

Blue Remains
Blue Remains

Oil and mixed media on canvas 30x30cm £495

Hinterland
Hinterland

Oil and mixed media on canvas 35x25cm £495

Red Trees
Red Trees

Oil and mixed media on canvas 30x30cm SOLD

Undiscovered
Undiscovered

92x92cm Oil and mixed media on canvas £2950

Untold Stories
Untold Stories

92x122cm Oil and mixed media on canvas £3850

Whisper
Whisper

30x30cm Oil and mixed media on canvas £650

Fettered Bird
Fettered Bird

30x30cm Oil and mixed media on canvas £650

Berlin Girl
Berlin Girl

35x30cm framed Oil and mixed media on canvas £450

Pink Lake
Pink Lake

35x30cm framed Oil and mixed media on canvas £450

Girl with Bird
Girl with Bird

Oil on canvas board 17.8x12.7cm £395

Forgotten
Forgotten

Oil and photo image on canvas 30x30cm £650

Red Ice
Red Ice

Oil and photo image on canvas 30x30cm SOLD

About the Artist

Margaret Cahill is an artist working at Rogue Studios in Manchester.

She was a lecturer in Fine Art at The University of Bolton.

Margaret’s work is concerned with themes of history nd memory and reflects on the nature of our relationship to landscape in a world of conflict, displacement and instability.

She uses her own photographs as source material as well as appropriated images from a variety of media.

These images are the principal sources for series of paintings that are informed by a particular place yet allow for a universal resonance. They explore the possibility of multi-layered narratives:  the sense of places known and unknown - incidents remembered and imagined - the elusive nature of memory, both collective and personal.

Her ongoing preoccupation with abandoned places has resulted in travels to Central and Eastern Europe where she has worked in places such as Kosovo, an ex Soviet Military Airbase in Estonia and the 1936 Olympic Games athletes village in Berlin.

She has exhibited widely in the UK as well as in Berlin, New York, Sweden, Estonia and Taiwan

Me in the studio.JPG