Golden Fleece Award: 21 Years
Honoured as a previous winner to be exhibiting The Invisible Past at this years Golden Fleece Award
In association with the Golden Fleece Award, Solstice Arts Centre presents The Golden Fleece Award: 21 years, an eclectic and diverse group exhibition, to mark twenty-one years of the Golden Fleece Award.
Exhibition runs from 23 Apr 2022- Sat 4 Jun 2022
A nation Under the Influence:Ireland at 100
I am pleased to announce that my work will feature in the opening exhibition of the CCI’s ambitious season of exhibitions and projects celebrating the two centenaries, the publication of ‘Ulysses’ and the independence of Ireland as a Free State.
Exhibition Runs from 03-02-2022 – 20-03-2022
140th RUA Exhition
Pleased to be showing Inception, Mixed media assembalge, 2021 at this years RUA Exhibiton
Exhibition runs from 28th October 2021-2nd January 2022 at the Ulster Museum
191st RHA Exhibtion
Delighted to have been invited to show in this years RHA Exhibition.
Mother Nature, Mixed size, cotton thread on linen embroideries , 2020
One of Many
Solo show opens at Naughton Gallery 9th September 2021
Your Collection 2021
n October 2020, Minister Catherine Martin committed €1m from her department to Crawford Art Gallery and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) to fund the purchase of artworks by artists living and/or working in Ireland. The investment enabled the two institutions charged with collecting contemporary art to work collaboratively to support artists by buying artworks to add to the National Collection.https:
One of Many-Opens June 5th 2021 at Galway Arts Centre
Pleased to announce the opening of One of Many at Galway Arts Centre June 5th. The exhibition runs until July 17th 2021
Grace Wilentz- The limit of Light
Honoured to have my painting The Ties that Bind featured on the cover of The Gallery Press’s layest publication of Grace Wilentz’s poetry The Limit of Light
139th RUA Exhibition
Honoured to have been awarded the Watercolour Prize in this years 139th RUA Exhibition
Due to the pandemic, the 139th Royal Ulster Academy Exhibition at the Ulster Museum, Stranmillis is not currently open to the public. However, thanks to the skill and talent of Paul Marshall a superb virtual tour, details of how to purchase and a full list of works and artists, can be enjoyed
2020 Prize Winnershttps://www.royalulsteracademy.org/prizes/
Highlanes Gallery Open Submission
Pleased to have my artwork selected for the Highlanes Open Submission
Highlanes Municapal Gallery has developed the Open Submission to support and highlight new work by artists living in Ireland, to encourage interest and engagement with contemporary art, and to raise the profile of ambitious visual art in society, while also responding to the social constraints of the current global situation, and acknowledging that many visual artists continue to create and work, though now, many not in their studios, but in smaller spaces, and domestic environments.
Exhibition runs from Sunday, 7th June 2020 – Saturday, 11th July 202