I bare traces by studio member Sarah Wren Wilson, on show in Barnacle at 126 Galway.
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 […]
Studio member Sarah Wren Wilson recently exhibited her solo show A Meddlesome Meeting at the Sunburst Gallery in the Ards Art Centre, Newtownards. A Meddlesome Meeting is an exhibition that considers the role of painting in contemporary art and what defines it. In these artworks, plaster is used to cast individual panels that resemble paintings. They […]
(Thinking About Blue Almonds) Chloe Brenan, Avalanches, Starlings, Gnats, digitised photograms on photo rag The displayed images are part of a larger series of images that explores the micro materiality of both the spoken and written word. The series takes text from Virginia Woolf’s novel To the Lighthouse as a kind of ‘ready made’, photographing […]
A Meddlesome Meeting is a solo show by Sarah Wren Wilson at the Sunburst Gallery in the Ards Art Centre, Newtownards. Opening Night: Thursday 31st May, 7-9pm. Duration: 1st – 30th June 2018. Sprouting Confusion, Sarah Wren Wilson, (2018) plaster and pigment, 50x40cm. A Meddlesome Meeting is an exhibition that considers the role of painting […]
(Thinking About Blue Almonds) Stay up late. Strange things happen when you’ve gone too far, been up too long, worked too hard, and you’re separated from the rest of the world. (Bruce Mau, The incomplete Manifesto for Growth) Ormond Studios is pleased to present its annual member exhibition ‘Thinking About Blue Almonds’, featured as […]
Ormond Studios member Sarah Wren Wilson was recently interviewed about her art practice by Kate Mothes for ‘Young Space‘ blog, an online platform to promote, support, and collaborate with emerging contemporary artists. Check out the interview here: Sarah Wilson
Ormond Studios member Sarah Wren Wilson is exhibiting work as part of the exhibition ‘Incognito’ currently on show at ‘Solomon Fine Art’, Dublin. The exhibition is a public art initiative in aid of the ‘Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation’. Participating artists include Tracey Emin, John Kelly, Peter Curling, Martin Gale, Tom Climent, Leah Beggs, Olivia Golden, P.J. […]