Ahem. Cue lights, camera, aaaand action ... for Sky TV's iMayo programme covering my recent 'Nautica' exhibition at Mayo Contemporary in Castlebar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3HqrUH1fcQ
Former Taoiseach Enda Kenny did us all really proud opening my Nautica exhibition of oil paintings graciously hosted by Mayo Contemporary art gallery last week. Man thanks to all my…
The Irish Mail on Sunday (14.06.2021) have their own eyes on Mayo Contemporary's 'Nautica' exhibition of my paintings, not just Ireland's former Taoiseach Mr Enda Kenny, who is doing us…
“During my visits there I was stunned by the steep, near-vertical walls, and gigantic steel sluice gates fifteen metres below sea level,” said Brian, “the contrast between the massive ships and industrial machinery towering above the workers was something I found irresistible given its dramatic visual appeal. But the extraordinary range of the dock’s muted tones contrasting so starkly against the vibrant colours of the ships, with nothing but steel gates to prevent this hidden world from being engulfed by the sea, took my breath away.”
Just realised it's been exactly 40 (40!!!) years since my self-portrait sold at the 1981 Douglas Hyde Irish Exhibition of Living Art. How the heck did that happen?
AN exhibition of paintings by one of Ireland’s greatest artists has just opened at Mayo Antiques & Fine Art at the Castle Street car park in Castlebar. The gallery and showrooms, over two floors, was opened just before Christmas by business partners Les O’Neill and Sean McNeela and they specialise in antiques and contemporary fine art.
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Art is the new investment, according to Louise Hogan in today's Irish Independent (Saturday 1st November 2008). Any takers on my latest piece 'High Voltage' up for sale to raise…
Delighted with this flattering piece penned by Maree Morrissey in the latest issue of Irish Entrepreneur magazine.
Whatever about the contents, it was a pleasure chatting with the lovely Ciara Ferguson for her piece in the Irish Independent this week.