I’ve ended up inadvertently doing a tour of my spiritual home, the People’s Republic! Shutter to Think moved from Dublin to Dunmanway in August and next stop is good old Pana in Cork City for the month of September! The Bank of Ireland Workbench on Patrick Street is kindly hosting my work as Artist in Residence for September. Who knew I would still be flogging this kicking horse three months after my first exhibition?
Tis all very exciting and I’m so wrapped up in my 15mins of fame that I almost referred to myself as an ‘ohr-tist’ last weekend. Almost. Although I couldn’t hope to match the response of the Dublin exhibition – I spent my budget on rent-a-crowd – I am still cautiously optimistic that my lovely folks and at least four other people (bank staff) will show up to support me next week.
This exhibition is a pared down version of the Dublin and Dunmanway ones but all omitted images are still available to purchase on this site. I offer one different type of frame at the exhibition which is not available on the website. An insert frame type is where the image sits edge to edge with the frame and is recessed away from the glass. For a description of the other framing types listed below click here. As always if you have any questions give me a shout.
Here’s to fame and fortune, or just a real good time on Tuesday night! Come along if you are free.
Shutter to Think takes place at the Bank of Ireland Workbench, 70 Patrick Street, Cork for the month of September. Opening night is Tuesday, Sept 4 at 17:30.