“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.”
Delighted with this flattering piece penned by Maree Morrissey in the latest issue of Irish Entrepreneur magazine.
A review of my Masquerade exhibition by Ciara Ferguson in the Irish Independent and one I shall treasure.
“I would but find what’s there to find, love or deceit. It was the mask engaged your mind, and after set your heart to beat, not what’s behind.” – William…