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What’s the GAC (Glastonbury Art Collective) up to Now?

It’s been a month since the Glastonbury Art Collective presented its first ever art exhibition in Glastonbury, spearheaded by Jessica Morris and held in the Grail Centre, Chilkwell Street. For those of you who didn’t manage to get down to the venue in person, here is a short video I made of the exhibits by following this link: Glastonbury Art Collective Exhibition. But it’s always really interesting to see what is happening in the aftermath of these events as artists … Continue reading

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Mandala Paintings, Silk & Art and Tallaght Library, Dublin

Just a couple of days ago I was browsing through my thousands of digital photos from the past few years and came across a handful I had of an exhibition I did in Tallaght Library in Dublin in 2009. It was one of those spontaneous, last minute things. A few days before the Easter holidays were due to start. And someone who had been scheduled to exhibit their artwork for 3 weeks had withdrawn. So they were looking for someone … Continue reading

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Exhibiting my Artwork in the Wilder Street Studio in Bristol

I was recently invited to hang up some of my artwork in the Wilder Street Studio in Bristol and just wanted to share a selection of the photos we took when we had hung it on the walls. The Studios are hired out for a wide variety of classes in Bristol. I first got to know the place when I began attending yoga classes there. But music, dance and various healing arts are also practised there. You can also rent … Continue reading

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Art Ireland at the RDS, Dublin

Art Ireland runs twice a year in Dublin at the RDS and is organised by Eriva, headed by Maria McMenamin the founder. I took part for the first time in March of this year. Almost 100 artists and galleries participated in the 3-day exhibition. The event opened on Thursday with a charity evening in aid of Irish Autism Action. My husband Michael and my eldest son Pete came and helped out on the stand over the 3 days. Those of … Continue reading

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