**Culture Night 2019** @olivia_o_dwyer and I will be having an open studio, where we will be discussing our current body of work.
Access to the Mall via Mallin Street or the Main Street.
Date: 20th September
Time: 4pm - 10pm
Address: Mallin Street, Wexford.
All welcome hope to see u there😊
The Creative Hub will open its doors to audiences on Culture Night 2019. Artists working in the hub are:
Fran Greene, Wexford Arts Hub, Helen Gaynor, Emerging Escalators, Peter Wickham and Richard Cleary, Ciaran Bowen and Olivia O’Dwyer, Bernadette Doolan, Vivian Brody Hayes/ Dance Hub Wexford, Mara Coastal Creations and The Makers House.
Meet the artists on the night.
We recently started traveling to Dublin as the needs of our clients requires a global scale. Whether you call Ireland home or travel through on business, we appreciate being able to connect with you in this lovely city. See you soon!
This is the work of northern Irish artist John Luke (1906-1975). In 1998 I did my Master's thesis on his work while attending the Queen's University of Belfast. Mr. Luke's work had a profound impact on my own. His dedication to precision and detail, coupled with outrageous color helped me push the boundaries of what I am trying to do. If you haven't ever checked out his work (and most haven't) you should. #johnluke#irishart#belfastart#ulstermuseum#qub#northernrythym#queensuniversityofbelfast#inspiration
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Today's homemade ink experiment brought to you by: the letter M!
Tony O’Malley. Tony was a very big figure in St Ives. On a personal level, as kids, we would visit him in his studio and at Seal Cottage. At his studio we would critique his work. At Seal Cottage we would critique the people on Porthmeor Beach. Summer and winter! Average age about ten. Such an important artist. #tonyomalley#stivesartists#irishart
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"Evening Stroll, Kilkee".
Sun sinking into the sea on a Sepember evening..Pollock Holes in the background..
More recently, I've learned to listen to what that niggling voice inside is trying to say to me. And I've come to the conclusion that it's always right. So now I always listen to my 'gut feeling'. I wholeheartedly trust in it.
Intuition by definition is the way the subconscious mind communicates with the conscious mind. Its a 'knowing' that cant be explained by fact or thought. It's more of a 'feel' rather than a logic.
When you are faced with a decision to make, and you weigh up the pros and cons, and decide one way, but 'something inside' is telling you otherwise, then listen to this. It may not be known why, but it will all eventually unfold clearly for you.
When you meet someone and something just doesn't feel right, then listen to that feeling. It's telling you something. It's telling you to possibly stay away from that person as they are not good for you.
When you arrive somewhere and get a good feeling about it all, then soak it up. It's where you are meant to be.
Let's try to be more mindful of what our body is telling us. Lets enjoy this intuition that is innate within us. Let's trust it and live by it.
Albert Einstein once quoted : “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” Let’s learn to honour and enjoy the wisdom of our forgotten gift.
I’ve been mounting up more prints today after the whopper run on them on Saturday at the fab @northdowncraftcollective market. Some I sold out of completely but I’ll have them back in stock soon and ready for the @fineanddandymarket on the 29th September 🍁🍂🍁