An eclectic mix of artists that Framewerk has encountered over the last six months. The exhibition presents ceramics, jewellery, sculpture, prints and paintings by talented established and emerging artists.
One of the founding principles of the Academy was to hold an annual exhibition of work by both members and non–members of merit. Now in its 133rd year, this event remains one of the highlights of the Northern Ireland arts calendar attracting over 75,000 visitors in 2013
Having completed her residency in The Model Sligo, as winner of The Model Residency Award, Arlene sees the second realization of her exhibition ‘Reflections’, recently exhibited in The Hyde Bridge Gallery.
Arlene born in 1990, lives and works in Sligo, she graduated from G.M.I.T with a BA Hons in Fine Art. She has exhibited throughout Ireland in group shows and was awarded the RDS Model Niland residency award in July 2013. “Hybridization is the ways in which forms become separated from existing practises and recombine with new forms in new practises” (Rowe and Schelling 1991:231).
The North-West Open celebrates the work of artists based in the counties of Mayo, Roscommon, Leitrim, Sligo, Donegal, Fermanagh, Cavan, Tyrone and Derry. The ‘finissage’ and award ceremony took place on Saturday 23rd August and coincided with the inauguration of the ‘Dermot Healy Poetry Award’, 2014 prize €1,000 and the Five Glens Arts Festival, Manorhamilton, which ran from August 22nd – 24th August.
Following the success of the festival’s first group visual art exhibition in 2013 entitled “An Issue Worth Mentioning”, featuring the work of eight local artists, Cairde is delighted to make this open submission exhibition a reality for artists once again in 2014.
An exhibition of new work created by recent graduates from Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and Limerick School of Art and Design Artists involved | Eleanor Phillips, Matthew Sutton, Arlene Mc Padden, Emma Johnston & Laura Maloney
Dr Paul Gough has been invited to act as Adjudicator for the Royal Ulster Academy’s 132nd Annual Exhibition at the Ulster Museum. Dr Paul Gough is RWA Professor of Fine Arts at the University of the West of England, Bristol where he is the Deputy Vice–Chancellor (Academic). A broadcaster, painter and writer, he has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad, and is represented in the permanent collection of the Imperial War Museum, London; the Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, and the New Zealand War Memorial.
Luan Gallery is delighted to present the fall 2013 exhibition programme which features prize winning works and selected entries from the RDS Student Art Awards. As a key part of the RDS Foundation Arts Programme, the goal of the awards is to provide a platform that supports the transition from student to emerging artist.
‘From the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology, Arlene McPadden has taxidermied a pheasant and a hare together, she is interested in hybridization, as in the ways in which forms become separated and recombine with new forms in new practices, this makes for fascinating art work.
The RDS Student Art Awards boast an annual prize fund in excess of €16,000. Encompassing the RDS Taylor Art Award which has been awarded since 1860, the Awards are the most prestigious art awards open to registered art students of all award-bearing courses in Ireland.
Four Galway based artists, Cecilia Danell, Brid Egan, Alannah Barrett, and Arlene McPadden, are exhibiting in an unusual location – the windows of Brown Thomas.This is the Brown Thomas Style & Art window exhibition, curated by Irish artist Angela O’Kelly.