Do you look at posters when you are in a new place? I do and I happened across this great poster in Ljubljana recently. Don't you agree that the strongest message can sometimes be said with the simplest of materials. I wasn't surprised at all that this poster by Gaja Mežnarič Osole of Slovenia, gained…Read more Great poster designers create for climate change in Ljubljana: a post for Blog Action Day
Hi everyone I have work in two galleries at the moment; firstly my short film 'burning bright' is been shown in a group show, the 9 stone group of Artists at the Norman Gallery in Wexford near where we live -Martin, Anthony, Nicola and other friends are also exhibiting. It opens tomorrow Sat 27 June…Read more Burning Bright and DNA
A friend who know my interest in arts & ecology projects alerted me to the talks below. Great to see this happening, and particulary think there will be much interest in 'art in allotments' in the future! The Airfield House Trust in Dundrum, Co. Dublin, is pleased to announce a series of talks accompanying the…Read more Arts & Ecology projects now beginning to surface in Ireland
Another item from the Irish Green Gathering. I met US born Rita Higgins and her Irish partner Paul Quirke, who have a sustainable landscape design business in Cork - Anu Green Designs. I was captivated by their 'vertical garden' systems which you can plant up or buy ready grown. I had known about greenroof gardens…Read more Ugly walls? Living walls – artistic or architectural installations?
Meant to have these images posted but summer holidays got in the way but now that I have broadband, my blogging will be more regular I hope. Lots of creativity evident at the 2nd Irish Green Gathering held in Killane, Co. Wexford; creativity was evident in the woods, in the films selected and in the…Read more Creativity at the 2nd Irish Green Gathering
I'm heading to Woodbrook to check out the Gathering, my sister Joan has been a volunteer and crowds beginning to build as we speak, click on image for more info
Dr Paul O'Brien, Lecturers at National College of Art, Dublin, has reviewed the current climate of art, ecology and politics in the latest issue of CIRCA, Ireland's visual culture magazine.