Category Archives: painting

PP/S Gala Benefit Auction

I had a painting included in the PP/S Gala Benefit Auction with Whyte’s at the Irish Georgian Society last month. Above is an image from the catalogue showing my piece on the right opposite a drawing by Ronnie Hughes. You … Continue reading

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Tom Ormond – Painting

Tom  Ormond The New Light of Tomorrow 2010 oil on linen More paintings by Tom Ormond

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Ky Anderson

Paintings by Ky Anderson via Juxtapoz

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Michael Carmichael’s Giant Ball of Paint

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The Anonima Group

Francis Hewitt, Generation of the Tesseract, ballpoint pen on Paper, 1961 The American artist collaborative, Anonima Group, was founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1960 by Ernst Benkert, Francis Hewitt and Ed Mieczkowski. Propelled by their rejection of the cult of … Continue reading

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Guillermo Kuitca

I’ve mentioned Guillermo Kuitca a number of times on this blog before and here are a couple of videos I’ve come across today. The first is Kuitca’s piece Stage Fright which is described on Youtube as “animation for Kuitca’s Show … Continue reading

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Guillermo Kuitca Talk at Walker Art Center

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Terry Winters

Linking Graphics 2, 1999, Ink, graphite, and colored pencil on paper   Double Gravity, 1984, Oil on linen Morula III , 1983-4, Lithograph on paper Terry Winters will be exhibiting at IMMA in summer 2009.

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Adrian Searle on Francis Bacon

There have been a lot of articles in the press recently about Francis Bacon due to his major at Tate Britain. Most I have seen mainly focus on his personal life and those that deal with his work are full of unquestioning … Continue reading

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Sculptural Paintings

Here are two artists who’s work involves a time-consuming, sculptural accumulation of paint without supports such as canvas or paper. Cian Donnelly, The Light in a Raindrop Wizard, acrylic and medium http://www.thethirdspacegallery.com/cd_04.html Craig Staff: Untitled, emulsion paint and sawdust, 1996-7 Craig Staff … Continue reading

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