Posts tagged 'Photography'
BEACONS by Daragh Muldowney Exhibition virtual tour with Daragh8 March 2021
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.
New works by Brian McIlvenny are now available18 July 2017
Brian McIlvenny, County Wicklow based photographer who specialises in lith printing. Studied photography at the Gloucestershire College of Art and Design. Graduated in 1980.
Worked as a commercial photographer in London until re-locating to Dublin in 1995, when I made my first lith print (Porte du Maroc). Have specialised in the...
Diamond Polished Liquid Acrylic14 April 2015
Liking our museum acrylics? Well, love them even more from today as we're launching a special month long offer to celebrate the arrival of 5 tons of our magic crystal sheets yesterday!
We're offering 15% off our diamond polished acrylic prints and 20% off if you go 30' x 40'...
Quietude, a photographic exhibition by Maggy Morrissey20 March 2015
The Copper House Gallery launched Quietude, a photographic exhibition by Irish photographer and artist Maggy Morrissey, on Thursday 19th March 2015. Inspired by the seascapes of Ireland and her journeys around Europe, Quietude is Maggy Morrissey's first solo show.
Opening the exhibition photographer Gerry Andrews spoke about the significance of photography as an art form, commending Maggy on the courage of her convictions as a person and also as an artist. It is, he noted, her process of selection that distinguishes her work as mininalist, tranquil and delicate.
Launch of Out of Thin Air, a photographic exhibition and photobook by Daragh Muldowney6 October 2014
An amazing launch was held at The Copper House Gallery, for Out of Thin Air, a photographic exhibition and photobook by Daragh Muldowney, on Wednesday 1st October 2014. Irish photographer Daragh Muldowney set sail to Greenland on board the Killary Flyer in June 2013, to explore the world’s largest island. Out of Thin Air documents this expedition, recording the beauty of these arctic ice sculptures. This exhibition has been kindly sponsored by Canon. Image © Peter Gordon.
PhotoIreland Festival 2014: Launch of The Time of Dreaming the World Awake by Yvette Monahan and Texas by Kathrin Baumbach10 July 2014
An event we look forward to every year is PhotoIreland Festival, a programme dedicated to promoting critical thinking around photography and a deeper engagement with the visual arts. Now in its fifth year, PhotoIreland celebrates a festival every July, promoting by way of a proposed theme, works from national and international artists. The theme for this year's festival being: Truths, Facts, Fictions, Lies.
On Saturday 5th July 2014, The Copper House Gallery launched two beautiful exhibition as part of PhotoIreland Festival 2014 - The Time of Dreaming the World Awake, a photographic exhibition, by PhotoIreland Festival Portfolio Award winner Yvette Monahan and Texas, a photographic exhibition by Kathrin Baumbach.
Slackwater, a photographic exhibition by 2013 Propeller Award winner Maciej Pestka13 May 2014
The Copper House Gallery launched Slackwater, a photographic exhibition by 2013 Propeller Award winner Maciej Pestka, on Thursday evening 8th May 2014. The Propeller Award is an annual award to support and mentor graduate students, providing an exhibition, portfolios and prints for 10 graduates each year. The 2013 Propeller Award is the final disbursement of the €150,000 Fire Arts Awards, launched at The Copper House Gallery in September 2011 by Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan T.D..
(L-R) The Copper House Gallery curator Leszek Wolnik, 2013 Propeller Award winner Maciej Pestka and The Copper House Gallery Director Maureen Kearney Wolnik. Image © Mark Paisley.