Posts by Sarah Eva Manson
BEACONS by Daragh Muldowney Exhibition virtual tour with Daragh8 March 2021, Posted by Sarah Eva Manson
BEACONS is a series of images from Lake Baikal in Siberia documenting the surreal ice road system that guides travellers across the vast frozen expanse of the largest freshwater lake on the planet.
NO FIXED ABODE, a Homeless fundraiser4 May 2018 By Sarah Eva Manson
We have been overwhelmed by the support we've received for NO FIXED ABODE, a Homeless fundraiser we hosted at Christmas 2017, we would like to thank each and everyone who donated to this very important cause Peter McVerry Trust.
On behalf of The Copper House we are incredibly grateful to...
Emboss stamp5 September 2017 By Sarah Eva Manson
Get your very own emboss stamp made with us
Printmakers have been using emboss stamps since the beginning to ensure the buyer of the authenticity of their work.
You can custom design your very own embosser with us to make your limited edition fine art print extra special!
'It was recognised that...
No Fixed Abode Submissions Wanted21 August 2017 By Sarah Eva Manson
Applications welcomed via our online submission form here
For more information on how to get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Two negatives to scan on our Hasselblad Flextight X5 scanner17 August 2017 By Sarah Eva Manson
Garrett Donnelly brought in two negatives for us to scan on our Hasselblad Flextight X5 scanner and printed luxurious Lustre Fine Art Prints from these high tech scans.
The Ghost of the Past Comes Back to Life-A Portrait of Clonmellon20 July 2017 By Sarah Eva Manson
Just look at these stunning black and white liquid acrylics! We are so gracious that you printed and mounted with us. The photo's are breathtaking.
The purpose of the project entitled 'The Ghost of the Past Comes Back to Life-A Portrait of Clonmellon' is to create a permanent collection for...
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland18 July 2017 By Sarah Eva Manson
It was an absolute honour to work with Mr. Eric Clarke, Lecturer in Health Informatics, in The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, on this piece; an archival pigment print set in a beautiful wooden frame with scratch resistant acrylic measuring a whopping 1.5m x 1.5m. A really powerful, beautiful...