Just a quick post to let you know I have a small exhibition on at the moment in a store called Five & Dime on Dame Street here in Dublin.
The exhibition will run until the end of next week and features eleven large framed prints.
The prints are all for sale and are limited to only five numbered / signed copies of each.
You can find details of Five & Dime at this link.
And here’s some photos of the exhibition in place.
Four of my photographs have been selected for this years annual Phoenix Park photographic exhibition.
The exhibition features 100 photographs of the park taken by various amateur photographers around Ireland. It’s an open competition so I am absolutely chuffed to see four of mine getting the nod from the judges.
The entire exhibition is absolutely stunning so if you get a chance then please do drop into the Visitor Centre in the Phoenix Park. You can find directions to the Visitor Centre by clicking this link.
Here’s a nice little slideshow of photos from the opening of my exhibition in the Phoenix Park Visitors Centre on the 13th of January.
Big thanks to James for all the hard work.
Here’s a little slideshow of my exhibition in the Phoenix Park so far. These shots were all taken after two long days of hanging and constant moving around of photos.
I hope you enjoy it and thank you all for your continuing support.
I am thrilled to announce the details of my upcoming photographic exhibition in the Visitors Centre in the Phoenix Park.
The show will officially open on Sunday 13th of January 2013 at 3pm with a short talk by myself and a very special guest talk from the former park superintendent John McCullen. John is also the author of “An Illustrated History Of The Phoenix Park” which has pretty much become my bible over the last few years. You are all very welcome to come and join me.
The show will run until the end of January and its totally free to visit.
There will be over 40 large format framed prints in the show and copies of each photograph will also be available to purchase. I will have signed and hand numbered framed prints available to sell at the show throughout the month.
The Visitor Centre is situated about halfway up the main road [Chesterfield Avenue]. If go as far as the big roundabout with the large phoenix monument on it then look out for the signpost to the Visitor Centre just before the turn for Aras and Uachtarain. There is lots of parking in there and a playground for the kids if you are planning on bringing the wee ones.
Full details in the image below.
I am so delighted to say that two of my photographs have been selected in the “Phoenix Park Photographic Exhibition”. The competition was open to any amateur photographer so to say that I am over the moon is an understatement. The Exhibition runs from 8th of August to the 31st of August. All the winning photos are now part of a truly wonderful exhibition in the gallery at the Visitor Centre. There are about 40 different photos covering all genres of photography. It really is well worth a visit.
Here’s one of the photos that features in the exhibition.
Directions and opening times can be found by clicking this link
Exciting news if your name is ME.
I am thrilled to announce the details of my very first ever public exhibition of my photographic work, I have had many in the past but they are always in my own house and I’m the only person to see them.
The exhibition will feature 20 [or 22] large format framed landscape prints.
I’m probably stating the obvious here but they are all black and white photographs, I’m sure you guessed that one already.
It will all take place in the luxurious surroundings of the Workmans Club on Wellington Quay.
I will be opening the exhibition on Tuesday the 20th of March with a special launch night starting at 6pm. If you know me then consider yourself invited [if I haven’t already emailed you about it]. I would love you all to come along, there will be a few free beers for everybody, some music and the possibility of me breaking out into high art tinged conversations [as if].
Seriously though, I would love you all to come along.
The exhibition will run for at least a month and a limited number of framed prints of each photograph will also be available for sale.
[Huge thanks to Karl and Karen @ The Workmans for giving me this opportunity]