Studio member Cara Farnan will facilitate an all ages drawing workshop “Drawing & Conjuring” this 18th May at TBG+S for National Drawing Day and Bealtaine Festival. Please see here for more information, and here to book a free place!
Upcoming exhibition including work from new studio member Clare Lyons. Opening on the 4th of May as part of the PhotoIreland Festival at OPW Rathfarnham Castle.
Please see the PhotoIreland Festival website for further information.
New work by Cara Farnan created during a residency at Arts Letters and Numbers, and exhibited as a part of their Third Thursday series on February 21st, 2019.
I bare traces by studio member Sarah Wren Wilson, on show in Barnacle at 126 Galway.
Mahima Singh is showing new work as a part of A Resolute Witness, a group exhibition of contemporary porcelain curated by Gomathi Suresh at Gallery Manora, Bengaluru.
Gorgeous work by studio member Olivia Normile currently on show at the Burren College of Art.
The exhibition, which also features Conor Coady, Phoebe McDonogh and Matthew Mitchell, will move to 126 Galway from February 22nd.
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.
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
Some Concrete Possibilities is open in The Library Project until January 30th, featuring the work of studio artist Cara Farnan and past member Helen MacMahon alongside Lee Welch and Gareth Joyce. The show was curated by Siobhán Mooney, winner of this year’s Black Church Print Studio Emerging Curator Award!
Read a review by Aidan Dunne here! https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/art-and-design/chance-and-the-space-between-things-1.3762764
Photographs by Jamin Keogh