20ten artists

Pat CarriPat Carri

Pat Carri has three areas of work: artist, teacher and therapist. "I derive joy from being creative, working with materials to produce a sculpture, painting or collage. Inspiration is from my life experiences and the common spiritual thread which permeates all cultures and societies, though manifested in different forms."

Kevin ConnollyKevin Connolly

Kevin Connolly's work is an exploration of the membrane that we may be and its properties, the space inbetween two universes so to speak, inner and outer each infinite. "If beauty is in the eye of the beholder then so is everything else so the eye is thematic being the window to each."

Roisin KinsellaRóisín Kinsella

Róisín Kinsella graduated from the Crawford College of Art & Design in 2007 and received student of the year. “My work is concerned with the understanding of how our ideas of inner and outer, can be. When there is no 'inside' or 'outside', boundaries become adaptable, similar to the mind of 'non-attachment'.”

Darragh LyonsDarragh Lyons

Darragh Lyons is a graduate of the School of Architecture at University College Dublin. His paintings reflect on aspects of Architecture and its interaction with the Landscape. He explores connections and inter-relationships that exist in the memory. The “House” motif symbolises his memories of places, people and emotions.

Pat McArdlePat McArdle

Pat McArdle explores hidden aspects of a subject and records features that are often overlooked. “Fragments, particular details or texture attract me, leading sometimes to abstraction - sheding light on the hidden virtues of an object, looking for the light within the shadows, the uncommon in the common.”

Chris O'Brien ShanahanChristine O’Brien

Christine O’Brien (Shanahan), MA (hons), has worked in a range of visual art media - from painting in oil to Art Installation - since 1985. ‘Boundary lines’ that separate, link, divide, protect or connect people and places, and our relationship with our environment, are central themes in her work. www.cobsart.com

Conor RushConor Rush

Conor Rush, BA (hons) in Ceramics in 2004, works in both wood and clay. “Themes I am exploring include human beings' relationship to and place in nature, and their interaction with the spiritual or divine. Occasionally I also make humorous pieces. I've been sculpting Irish grown woods for more than 20 years.“

Milia Tsaoussis-MaddockMilia Tsaoussis-Maddock

Milia Tsaoussis-Maddock, BFA (Hons), MLA (Hons). attended art academies in New York and Philadelphia. Milia had an exhibition at the Garter Lane Theater Gallery and a solo exibition in the Granary Gallery in 2010. “I enjoy exploring how to express the relationship between the duality of opposites through abstract landscapes.”


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