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 [...]
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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 [...]
watch?v=HwQ9NurPXcE Cork Printmakers’ campaign is now LIVE! Go to http://www.fundit.ie/project/cork-printmakers-twenty-one-publication to read about the project and the range of gifts they are offering to their generous funders!. Fund it is a new all-island crowdfunding website for Ireland’s creative projects, giving everyone the power to help good ideas happen.
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. [...]
Hot Bed Press Printmakers Studio in Salford organised a print exchange in November with each participating printmaker producing 24 prints on paper sized 20cm x 20cm. In exchange each artist received a portfolio containing one of their own prints plus 19 other prints selected at random. No artist received an identical portfolio. Nine different Print [...]
Cork Printmakers is hosting its annual Christmas Showcase from 4 to 18 December at Wandesford Quay Gallery, Clarke’s Bridge, Cork. The exhibition presents some of the finest work from emerging and established contemporary artists in Ireland today, who work through the medium of printmaking. The show is a perfect opportunity to find a unique and [...]
Review from Cork’s ‘Evening Echo’, Friday, October 15th, 2010. CLICK TO ENLARGE . . .
Here I am taking a Pinhole Photo with my Zero Image 2000 Pinhole Camera on Valentia Island, Co. Kerry on June 28th 2010. Thanks to Capt. Paul Barry for the photo.
. . . who kindly allowed me to use their space for 2 weeks so I could exhibit ‘From the Day of the Dead to Holy Week’. They also facilitated my Pinhole Workshop and let me show the film ‘Under the Volcano’. Check out their website – where you’ll get an idea of the variety [...]
Desde El Dia de los Muertos hasta Semana Santa From The Day of the Dead to Holy Week New Pinhole Photo Etchings from Mexico, Guatemala & Honduras by Brian Barry Opens May 1st, 6pm and continues until May 13th Venue: Basement Project Space, Camden Place, Camden Quay, Cork. FACEBOOK: Basementprojectspace Cork This is the second [...]