You are invited to”Urbis Felicitas”, an exhibition of fine art prints by 40 printmakers, which will open in the Graphic Studio Gallery Dublin, on Thursday 8th September 2016 at 6 pm and run until October 1st. The exhibition is a celebration of Mountjoy Square, one of Dublin’s finest Georgian squares. Planned in the late 18th century by Luke Gardiner, the square was completed in 1818. My screen print “Ghost Tree” is included in the exhibition.
Four of my batiks, including ‘Summer Glade’ are included in an exhibition I have curated for Gormleys Fine Art , 27 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2. Entitled ‘Personal Choice II’ the show runs until June 30th. Other artists are Eugene Conway, Joe Dunne RHA, James English RHA, Jacqueline Stanley and Conor Walton
Art Cards Ireland have added another of my screen prints ‘Winter Robin’, to their range of greeting cards. This small company , based in Dalkey , Co Dublin, produce high quality cards by Irish artists
I have had two screen prints, ‘Distant Sea’ and ‘Dark Green Sea’ accepted by the Royal Hibernian Academy, for their annual exhibition. This takes place in the RHA Gallagher Gallery, Ely Place ,Dublin 2, Ireland from the 22 March to the 11 June.
Open submission exhibition Mini Prints Berlin is now exhibiting work from 19 international artists, six of my screen prints were chosen including Purple Rocks. The exhibition is taking place in the Galleri Heike Arndt DK Berlin from 2 December 2015 to 27 February 2016
New Grounds Print Gallery will hold the 3rd International Juried Print Exhibition in their Albuquerque gallery in December. Three of my prints have been accepted for the exhibition:Dawn, Moon and Sun. I will also be showing in the Greenacres Gallery in Wexford, Ireland, during the Wexford Festival Opera, which begins on Wednesday
Art Cards Ireland have just launched their Irish art calendar 2016. Featuring the work of 12 Irish artists, the calendar is designed, published and printed in Ireland and will retail at €12.99. The December page features my piece `Red Robin`.
Two of my prints will be on show in the Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition 2015. All the prints in the exhibition must be on A4 (210 x 297mm) Japanese Washi paper. A traditional Japanese handmade paper, Washi was recently designated a UNESCO intangible heritage item.One of the goals of the exhibition is to introduce finely crafted Washi to the world`s leading printmakers.