This print was created with the help of my greek pal ‘Abzorba’. I met Abzorba over ten years ago on a Greek road some weeks after his/her (??) untimely death by squashing. I felt a special kinship could have existed between us so I slotted him/her into my wallet and took him/her home with me. [...]
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This is a 3 colour linocut I did as an invited artist for an exhibition entitled ‘A Natural Selection’ which first showed at the National Botanic Gardens Dublin in December of 2013. The Botanic Gardens also provided the theme for the artwork. The exhibition of a hundred prints by a hundred printmakers has since visited [...]
Here is a print I did for this years 20:20 Boxset. It’s a 2 colour etched lino. Here’s a picture by picture account of the process . . . . .
Here’s something drawn and cut from my bedroom/printing studio in Granada.
Here’s my entry from Cork Printmakers’ 21 Exhibition. It’s entitled ‘Rover’ and is based on a photo of an x-Ray of a dog provided to me by my vet sister. The photo below outlines the process plate by plate. I made plates from CMYK separations and also created a fifth as a spot colour with [...]
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I’ve just added a new collection to my Gallery page. I exhibited ‘From the Day of the Dead to Holy Week’ this time last year in Cork’s Basement Project Space. These are Pinhole Photos taken during my travels in Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. They were printed in Cork Printmakers using a Photo Intaglio Etching technique. [...]
Here are two cuttings from Cork’s ‘Evening Echo’ and ‘Irish Examiner’ newspapers from January 28th, 2010. They’re publicising the forthcoming exhibition ‘Impressions of Your City’ that will begin in The Opera House on February 1st. CHECK OUT PHOTOS SHOWING MY PRINT BEING MADE ON THE DAY.
This appeared in Cork’s Evening Echo (Friday, November 26th, 2010), the day before the Road-Roller Event. It contains a picture of my lino block with a load more cutting to do! It incorrectly names me a 1st year student from CIT Crawford College of Art and Design. The event itself, which took place the following [...]