Last week, I shared my first post on Medium.com. Until I figure out how to automatically link the accounts, here’s a good ol’ fashioned link: Art and Endings -Understanding figurative art through the lens of transience.
What a great opening night at Hang Tough Gallery’s new space. Such a wonderful group of people and artists. Show remains up through Saturday, September 22nd. Join me at the launch of Hang Tough’s new space in Dublin at the public opening on September 7th. Or, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for the private buyer’s night on September 6th. I’ll […]
I painted this piece as a submission to a group show, from which it was rejected. But rather than hang it up in a closet and cry, I decided to share it on Instagram and write about it. I felt so strongly about the why of this piece that I didn’t want to let it […]
A friend and fellow artist commissioned me to make him a picture of anything I wanted. And I painted The Witching Hour. If you’re curious about the inspiration for the piece, I’ve shared my thoughts below. If you’re the type who would rather not know, then please read no further. A creative work, at the […]
This portrait will be in London from May 10-25th at Mall Galleries on Trafalgar Square. I am beyond excited to be a part of this exhibition and can’t wait to meet some incredible portrait artists and see their work in person. Learn more about the RP here. And visit this link for a full preview of the […]
A Victorian Muse, 60x46cm, oils, birch panel, Victorian toilet seat This piece came about after perusing an old antique shop on Flood Street here in Galway. I came across what I thought had been a mirror, which in fact, turned out to be a Victorian toilet seat. And I knew immediately that it had to […]
Ah, it’s been a mad two months…We’ve moved from Dublin to Galway, we’ve hosted family from abroad, hiked and painted in West Cork, and I’ve even seen my first burlesque show, which was unexpectedly hilarious. I loved it. I’ve been searching out my new rhythm here and I’ve got to say, I’m enjoying the Galway pace. […]