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Book Cover - The Travelling Bladunk

Book cover design for the book 'The Travelling Blandunk' by Meetje Swellengrebel. Published by Landsdottir Publishing. Using an oil painting from my collection as the cover for the thriller written by Meetje Sweelengrebel. Some more information on this work etc.

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Book Cover - Mute/Unmute

Some information on the book..Collection of poetry by Geraldine Mitchell. Fantastic work etc. Requested to create a piece of work for the cover. Or she requested the use of one of your previous works.

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Meditations in Time of Civil War Exhibition

"Meditations in Time of Civil War" is the 2021 annual invited artists exhibition of small works curated by Hamilton Gallery, Sligo. 125 invited artists are taking part this year, all of whom have created a new painting inspired by, or drawing upon this major poem by W.B Yeats. This series of exhibitions began in 2015 as part of Yeats 2015, a national and international celebration of the 150th anniversary of the poets birth. Each year since then, against the backdrop of Ireland's Decade of Commemoration, Hamilton Gallery has invited artists from all over Ireland to contribute a small work, using one of Yeats' significant poems as the thematic backdrop, seeking to contrast and look anew on the themes and ideals raised...

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Among School Children

Among School Children opens for the Summer season as part of the annual Yeats Day Celebrations in Sligo which takes place on Saturday June 13th. In Keeping with Covid 19 guidelines there will not be an official opening reception. We ask all visitors attending the gallery of the coming weeks to please observe social distancing guidelines during their visit. The full exhibition can be viewed here. My painting Portrait of youth was included and sold in this exhibition.  

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Eva Gore-Booth

This event takes place in conjunction with Lá Fhéile Bríde/Brigid's Day - Celebrating the Creativity of Women, which is organised and promoted by Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through Irish Embassies and Consular Missions around the world. The full exhibition can be viewed here.

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