I had a peice of work accepted in to this years 180th RHA Annual Exhibition. Details on the RHA website>> 180th Annual Exhibition, Opening hours: The RHA Gallery will revert to opening ALL Exhibition AREAS, 7 days a week, for the 180th Annual Exhibition, from 24 May – 30 July. Monday & Tuesday 11 –…
Brian Gallagher & Michael McWilliams
Exhibition of recent work- May 2010
The United Arts Club
3 Upper Fitzwilliam St
until 26th May 2010
Viewing Mon to Sat
Drawers was a co-production between the IGI and the people at South Studios – a small visual arts business complex based in Dublin. The show featured 14 IGI members and the rest were designers, photographers, architects and a fashion stylist. The idea behind the show was that everyone received a small chest of drawers which…
This is an A1 giclee print, done in a limited edition of ten.
It represents ideas, places and people that have influenced me.
My solo show FOUNDLINE at The Signal Arts Centre ends this Sunday 28th March. I shall be taking the work down from 4.30pm, so if you have not made it along, please take a look before then. Here are some photos of the opening night. Found Line Exhibition of Scraperboards, Paintings and Prints Signal Arts…
My solo exhibition at The Signal was hung today, do come along if you can make it-
Friday 19th March, 7-9pm
to be opened by Veronica Heywood
Tuesday 16th March – Sunday 28th March
Signal Arts Centre
1A Albert Avenue
Co Wicklow www.signalartscentre.ie
curated by Tony Strickland 087 624 1792
The show was opened on Thursday 11th March by artist Carmel Mooney. This is around the seventh year that the group have held an exhibition in the United Arts Club which would mean the life drawing is running approximately eight years now. The life drawing group meets each week to study and interpret the human…
A scraperboard with texture done from a 20 minute life drawing.
I was recently approached to take part in the exhibition “Kontrastprogramm” featuring international scraperboard artists which is now on show at The Cartoonmuseum Basel, Switzerland. The museum’s curator selected Raphaël Boccanfuso (FR), Brian Gallagher (IR), Matti Hagelberg (FI), Line Hoven (DE), Matthias Lehmann (FR) and Thomas Ott (CH) to show a variety of approaches to…