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is a renowned Irish painter,
print-maker and sculptor. He studied at the Slade School of Art. He is a member
of Aosdana, The Royal Society of Painters/Printmakers, London and the Royal
is an artist who happens to have Down
Syndrome. She is 48. She has been painting all her life but it has been more
serious for the last fifteen years. A few years ago she was honoured to have
one of her paintings accepted by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth
of their son George. It was to go in his nursery.
printmaker working from North Carolina in the United States. Her projects and
portfolios are studies of identity – its creation, variability, persistence and
change. She often combines multiple traditional printmaking processes such as
woodcut, drypoint and aquatint.
was born in Binghamton, New York. She has exhibited throughout the United
States, as well as in Ireland, Italy and an upcoming exhibit in Paris.
Heichemer has been the recipient of various awards including The Franz and
Virginia Bader Fund Grand, and Fellowships at The Vermont Studio Center and
Artist in Rural Ireland Foundation.
ROBERT C JACKSON
is a contemporary still life painter with a nostalgic and Pop
sensibility. Robert trained as an electrical engineer, but quit after
five years to work full-time as an artist. His work can now be found in private
and public collections worldwide. Robert resides in Pennsylvania, USA.
was born in Russia in 1963. He studied mathematics at Vilnius University in
Lithuania before moving to Philadelphia in 1983. He worked as a translator and
an illustrator at the Psychiatric Nursing
and drew pictures for telephone book advertisements. He attended
PAFA and won a Pew Fellowship in 1997. He has exhibited his work in the US,
Canada, Italy, UK, France and Ireland.
was born in Dublin, Ireland and studied ceramics at the National College of Art
and Design. Upon graduating in 2009 she moved to Melbourne, Australia where she
began oil painting. Her work focuses on Melbourne’s architectural facades
and explores familiar scenes with a somewhat voyeuristic quality. She is
currently represented by Boom Gallery in Geelong, Victoria.
RAHA KHADEMI LANGROUDI
comes from Iran and
currently lives in The Netherlands. She has a bachelor in painting from the
University of Tehran, and received her Masters degree in painting from
Hanzehoge School in Groningen, The Netherlands.
EILISH MCCANN grew up in Co. Cavan and lives in
Wexford. She has a BA arts degree from Trinity College, Dublin and a Diploma in
Art and Design from GMIT, Galway. She has exhibited in Ireland and abroad and
was shortlisted for the Hennessy Portrait Prize in 2017.
ALEX RUSSELL FLINT is a
British artist. He divides his time between studios in London and his house in
the Poitou-Charentes region of France, where much of his work is set.