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Saturday, 3 May 2014
A Natural Selection exhibition continues its tour and is now on view in Galleri Astley in Uttersberg Sweden until May 25th.
Friday, 14 March 2014
Saturday, 30 November 2013
Friday, 29 November 2013
I am taking part in this group show in the Talbot Gallery opening Friday 6th December.
December 6th - 21st 2013
Christmas is a time for familiarity and new experiences, the Talbot Gallery is delighted to welcome back previous exhibiting artists whose work will be presented alongside new artists that have grabbed our attention.
Over 30 artists have been selected by Elaine Grainger and Aimee Nolan to take part in Selection BOX.
Selected Artists include: Miriam McConnon, Emma Hogan, Ciara O' Hara, Laura Angell, Barry Gibbons, Louise Butler, Mary A Fitzgerald, Deirdre Hayden, Nicole Tilley, Eimear Jean McCormack, Aimee Nolan, Felicity Clear, Angela McDonagh, Kate Murphy, Eleanor Philips, Blathnaid Ni Mhurchu, Lucy Sheridan, Beatrice O' Connell, Aisling Conroy, Cecilia Bullo, Nick Boon, Laura Fitzgerald, Cecelia Danell, Kathy Tynan, Sinead Kennedy, Joe Stanley, Claire Halpin, Steven Maybury, Jennifer Cunningham, Joe Scullion, Anne Hendrick, Jane Fogarty, Myra Jago, Steven McGovern and Matthew Sutton
Facebook event here
Monday, 11 November 2013
I have some pieces in this show opening Friday 15th November, running until Friday 20th December at Dunamaise Arts Centre in Portlaoise. The works were selected by Noel Kelly, director of VAI. All artists selected are either originally from or living in the counties of Laois, Longford, Offaly and Westmeath
Wednesday, 6 November 2013
I am taking part in an exhibition opening Thursday 14th November at National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin, Dublin 9 and runs until 5th December. Proceeds from sales will go towards Graphic Studio Dublin.
"This exhibition, organized by a group of artists who are members of Graphic Studio Dublin, unveils 100 fine art prints by 100 artists from Ireland and overseas. This ambitious project has brought together artists from Ireland – North and South, alongside artists from Finland, Germany, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Sweden and United Kingdom. In approaching their work, the participating artists were asked to consider all aspects of the National Botanic Gardens: the 170,000 different species of cultivated forms within the collection, the natural beauty of the gardens at Glasnevin in Dublin and the arboretum at Kilmacurragh Co. Wicklow, their renowned architectural features like the spectacular Curvilinear Range of Glasshouses and the Palm House, and their continuing scientific and botanical research work."
You can see my print below and a little about it: