I have this in this exhibition- Contributing Illustrators include: Sarah Bowie, Martin Beckett, Alan Clarke, Eoin Coveney, Jennifer Farley, Tatyana Feeney, Brian Fitzgerald, Brian Gallagher, Adrienne Geoghegan, Joven Kerekes, PJ Lynch, Alé Mercado, Niall McCormack, Niamh Sharkey, Steve Simpson, Margaret Anne Suggs, Eva Widermann. Illustration: Comics, Covers and Children’s is an exhibition of uniquely…
Exhibition continues till 17 September All work is online here- www.russellgallery.net Margo Banks & Brian Gallagher New Paintings and Drawings The Russell Gallery New Quay Co Clare
Just heard that the World Illustration Awards has been featured in the art and design section of The Guardian. As one of the winners from the awards my work is currently being displayed on their webpage>> #WIA2016
Very pleased to able to say I have won a category in the
World Illustration Awards 2016>>
The awards are organised by the Association of Illustrators & The Directory of Illustrators.
This year there were in total 2200 applications from 66 countries. So a truely international competition.
Another Pastel and Charcoal on Canson paper. For the exhibition I am having with Margo Banks that opens on 20th August in The Russell Gallery, New Quay, Co Clare.
Pastel and Charcoal on Canson paper. For an exhibition I am having with Margo Banks at the end of August in The Russell Gallery, Co Clare.
Here is a small scraperboard vignette.
Very pleased to be informed this week that a piece of my work has been shortlisted for the World Illustration Awards 2016. It was was for- Cromford Mills / Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Gateway Centre Category- Public Realm Professional A link to their web site
I’ve this piece in an exhibition which opens in the Hamilton Gallery, Sligo this evening. It is a group show and each work is based around WB Yeat’s Poem- Easter, 1916 “Hearts with one purpose alone Through summer and winter seem Enchanted to a stone To trouble the living stream.” It is scraperboard mounted on…
Our group show was hung earlier on Tuesday. Thank you to Paul Stuart for the help. The work is really strong and it is very interesting to see the various approaches to drawing/painting the life model.