Deirdre Brennan | Moscow International Foto Awards

Award, Deirdre Brennan, Exhibition, Ormond 2019, photography, Uncategorized

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Studio Member Deirdre Brennan’s portrait of John Byrne and his dogs was awarded bronze in the Fine Art Portrait Category of The Moscow International Foto Awards.
The exhibition will take place at the Moscow Photocenter from Wednesday 19th of June till Sunday 23rd of June.
This portrait is from Deirdre’s long term photography project “Following Ulysses” and is a testament to John’s resilience on the streets of Dublin and his love of animals.
Congratulations Deirdre!

Cara Farnan |Platform Group Exhibition | Draiocht Blanchardstown

Cara Farnan, Events, Exhibition, Ormond 2019, Uncategorized

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Upcoming! PLATFORM 2019 featuring work from member Cara Farnan.

GROUP presents new work by Victoria J Dean, Sarah Farrell, Cara Farnan, Anna Hryniewicz, Riin Kaljurand and Éanna Mac Cana.
Ground Floor Gallery. Curated by Sharon Murphy.

The exhibition opens on Thursday 20 June 2019 from 7.30pm – 9pm
and continues until 31 August 2019

Full details can be found here.

Sarah Wren Wilson |Exhibition |Burren College of Art EIARA at 126 Gallery

Award, Exhibition, Ormond 2019, Sarah Wren Wilson

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Barnacle features the work of the four recipients of the 4th Emerging Irish Artist Residency Award: Ciarán Doyle, Laura McMorrow, Helena Gouveia Monteiro and Ormond Studios member Sarah Wren Wilson.

The exhibition opens at 126, Artist-Run Gallery on Friday February 1st and continues until February 17th.

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In October 2017, these four artists took up a month’s residence in the Burren College of Art and the village of Ballyvaughan. Akin to the filtering process of the marine barnacle, these four artists filtered through the distinct particles of their new home. As the austere Burren landscape mingled with the warmth of the Ballvaughan village, so proceeded the venturing into the landscape, the trailing of whiskeys, and the capturing of oddities.
This show functions as an invitation to glimpse their individual artistic approaches to creating; from painting, to casting plaster, to darkroom photography. Collectively their artworks offer a paradoxical juxtaposition connected by the nuances of a shared experience of place and time

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