Culture Night 2013

As part of Culture Night, Abigail Smith and I will present work arising from our year long residency in Dublin City Council’s Albert Cottages, Hampstead park in Glasnevin, Dublin. Works will include oil paintings of urban landscapes and large spray paint work based on scientific diagrams. Live music will be performed by Abigail Smith (voice and viola) and Lioba Petrie (cello). The music will include field recordings made by Abigail during the residency.

The Lab. Foley Street. Studio 1, 2nd Floor: Abigail Smith & John O’Reilly – Live Music & Paintings – Sights and Sounds from Albert Cottages

Times / Duration of Event: 7.00pm – 10.00pm

Culture Night 2013

RHA Annual Exhibition 2013

I am delighted to have a piece accepted for this years RHA annual exhibition. The show runs through to the 17 August.

Preview: Monday 27 May 6 – 8pm, All Welcome.
Location: 15 Ely Pace, Dublin 2.

This year the Annual will include work by, Donald Teskey RHA, Martin Gale RHA, Amelia Stein RHA, Una Sealy ARHA, Carey Clarke PPRHA, Mick O’Dea RHA, Michael Cullen RHA, Abigail O’Brien RHA, Kathy Prendergast, Alan Phelan, Janet Mullarney, Mary A Kelly and Alison Pilkington, among many others.

RHA Annual Exhibition 2013

Winter Exhibition 2012 – Belfast

I will have some work hanging at the Johnathan Swift Gallery Winter Exhibition in Belfast. At the Malone Avenue Junction of the Lisburn Road beside Blush Boutique.

Saturday: 11am-6pm
Monday – Friday: 12 Noon – 6pm

There is also work by: Anne Madden, JB Vallely, Colin Martin, Irene Barry, Imogen Stuart, Bartosz Kolata, Eoin O’Connor, Clifford Collie, Eilis O’Connell, Bourke, Judy Hamilton, Louis le Brocquy, Selma Makela, Wesley Triggs, Catherine Greene, Myra Jago, Katy Simpson & Anthony Scott.

Winter Exhibition 2012 – Belfast

VUE 2011, National Contemporary Art Fair, RHA Dublin

I will have some work hanging with the Talbot Gallery and Studios as part of VUE 2011, The National Contemporary Art Fair, which will take place in the RHA Gallery.

This event will run from Thursday November 3rd, until Sunday November 6th 2011.

Over 15 contemporary Irish art galleries will be taking part in VUE and each will be showcasing recent work by some of Ireland’s leading artists.

The artists that will be representing the Talbot Gallery and Studios are:

Hugh Delap
Sanja Todorovic
Laura Fitzgerald
Michelle Considine
Ciara O’Hara
Cecilia Danell
Anne Hendrick
Bennie Reilly
John O’Reilly
Joe Stanley
Beatrice O’Connell
Lucy Sheridan
Tracy Hanna
Louise Butler
Clare Henderson
Suzanne Mooney
Emma Hogan
Eimear Jean McCormack
Claire Halpin
Jane Fogarty

Running alongside the Talbot Gallery are galleries such as Rubicon Gallery, Kerlin Gallery, Jorgensen Fine Art, the Peppercanister Gallery, Graphic Studio Gallery, Taylor Galleries, The Green on Red Gallery, The Paul Kane Gallery, Oliver Sears Gallery, Oonagh Young Gallery, Cross Gallery, Molesworth Gallery, Stoney Road Press, the Fenderesky Gallery in Belfast, as well as the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

VUE 2011, National Contemporary Art Fair, RHA Dublin

Gurriers – Block T – Good Friday

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This Friday, 22 April “Gurriers, A Photo Exhibition of Ireland’s most renowned graffiti artists” is on in Block T, Smithfield, Dublin 7.
18:00-22:00 BYOB Adm €5

Block T is a great new art space in Dublin that featured a solo show by Maser in 2010. “Gurriers” promises to be a great show. It will feature such Irish writers as Rask, Cisto, Goner, Jor, Elsi, Dats, Jack, TDA, SBC. This event is co-organized by All City Records and is part of their 10 year anniversary graffiti jam at the same weekend in the Tivoli Theatre in Francis Street, Dublin 8, which will feature Revok of MSK, California.

Gurriers – Block T – Good Friday

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UpStart is a non-profit arts collective which aims to put creativity at the centre of public consciousness during the Irish General Election Campaign in 2011. We plan to do this by reinterpreting the spaces commonly used for displaying election campaign posters in Dublin City.

The objectives of UpStart are to encourage a debate on the role of the arts in this state. Our aim is to highlight the importance of creativity and ingenuity when society is in need of direction and solutions, and to emphasize the value of the arts to public life.

We believe that the future development of the country requires a healthy cultivation of the Arts.UpStart comprises artists and writers from Ireland and abroad and are non-aligned to any political party. UpStart respects and follows Dublin City Council litter regulations and operates within the requirements of Irish law.” Upstart website.

Above is one of my images I submitted to the upstart campaign.

Upstart Poster Campaign

An Art Blog called Empty Easel posted a feature on me. You can see it here.

Empty Easel – Featured Artist

Recent Paintings @ RDS Interior Design + Art Fair

Here are some paintings I recently exhibited at the Interior Interior Design & Art fair at the RDS last week through the Johnathan Swift Gallery.

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Recent Paintings @ RDS Interior Design + Art Fair