Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Recent work from exhibition PUSH (Ma in Art and Process, CCAD)

A coexistence of hairless dogs, Acrylic on canvas, 130cm by 160cm 

If you want to know why you cannot reach your own beautiful ideas, acrylic on canvas, 130cm by 220cm approx


Pink Pond Milk pond 

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Fresh paint from the Tyrone Guthrie Centre

This layering of spaces 
this thinking in colour 
these lines of thought

Where it never ends
or it never begins 
it is always there
a hum 

A simple putting together of things
of colours 
with tension

Dark is the deep sea

Monday, May 21, 2018

A new solo show in Dublin

After lots of hard work and hibernation I’m very happy and VERY excited to finally announce my new solo show ‘TONIGHT THERE IS NO GOD’. 
I call this my schizophrenic one, it swings in emotion from serenity to defiant anger with I hope some humour thrown in, and I can’t wait to see all the work together on the walls of the fabulous ORIGIN GALLERY, Dublin come June 14th! 
To be opened by MARIA DOYLE KENNEDY, Roll up, roll up, put the date in your diary, and polish your shoes, tell your sisters and brothers and mothers and fathers, your nuns and your priests -
Don’t miss this one!
More info soon ….

“LADIES, Acrylic, spray paint and pencil on canvas, 120cm by 90cm

Monday, April 24, 2017

The horse that found its way home

This painting 'Social Achievement' now owned by the Office of Public Works was used as a print for this fabulous dress by fashion designer Julianna Bass. It went down the runway at New York Fashion Week, and now it has now made it home and into my own wardrobe....What an extremely special gift (www.juliannabass.com)

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Thursday, March 16, 2017

London baby - to see a few things.....

A runner on the embankment

Blown away by the David Hockney show

 And the ever changing London skyline

Thursday, December 22, 2016

"I confess I find such a place not lonely or depressing but inspiriting. You are thrown at the same time back upon yourself and forward against the mystery and majesty of nature and you may feel dimly something of your own littleness and your own greatness."
Robert Llyod Praeger 

Happy Christmas to all