Exhibited Work

I love being involved in exhibitions and have shown work in Dublin, Belfast, London and New York. I had my first solo show in 2014, called “Pocketful of Rainbows”. Below is a selection of work which has appeared in various shows.

Matters of the Heart Exhibition

Matters of the Heart is a group exhibition by some of the members of Illustrators Ireland and is currently on show at the United Arts Club, Dublin. The brief for the exhibition was simply to create an illustration or piece of work based on the idea of matters of the...

“Comics, Covers and Children’s”

A new group show from Illustrators Ireland members, "Comics, Covers and Childrens" is opening this Thursday 19th November at the beautiful Rathmines Library. The exhibition, curated by IGI promotions officer Margaret Anne Suggs, is an opportunity to see both original...

Irish Writers Illustrated

As part of an on-going project illustrating Irish writers, which isn't really getting the full attention I'd love to give it, here are portraits of George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde and James Joyce. These three prints were chosen for inclusion in the Halftone...

Mythical Beasts – Kraken & Triton

These Mythical Beasts were created for an exhibition featuring work by members of Illustrators Ireland. I based my images around my love of all things watery and ocean-based. The beasts I chose were the Kraken and Triton. I hope to return to this as a personal project...

Facial Expressions

Facial Expressions is a new exhibition of work by members of Illustrators Ireland. The show opened on Thursday 26th of February at the United Arts Club. Here's my piece called "Family Portrait"....

“Queer As Folk” Exhibition

This is a picture created for the Queer As Folk exhibition which opens tonight at the White Lady Art Gallery. Here's the official blurb for the show. Queer As Folk is a group exhibition that will explore each artist's individual take on what modern sexuality means to...

Wimoweh (The Lion Sleeps Tonight) Illustration for Sounds Damn Fine

Last night was the opening of Sounds Damn Fine exhibition, orchestrated by the fantastic people at Damn Fine Print. 30 artists were chosen to exhibit with 30 hand-pulled prints from each available on the night. The theme was Sounds Damn Fine and each artist picked a...

Giselle Ballet Illustration

Pointe Blank is an initiative created by the Birmingham Royal Ballet and I was thrilled to be one of twenty five illustrators involved in this project. The project is described as follows: Collections of original images inspired by the plots of major narrative works...

“If they had taken Kong alive”

This is a new illustration for an exhibition organised by the Petty Cash Collective. The exhibition theme is Petty Crime. My picture is called "if they had taken Kong alive". I always found/find the King Kong movies so upsetting - just devasted when King Kong dies,...

Nice Day For A Cycle – Damn Fine Dublin

"Damn Fine Dublin", an exhibition of 30 screen printed pieces of work by Irish artists and illustrators. The screen-printing was done by the wonderful people at Damn Fine Print. Signed limited editions of each print were available on the night. Thank you to Kim, Alex,...

Illustrated Beatles Exhibition: Mr Kite

Tomorrow night (Tues 23rd Oct) in Dublin, an exhibition kicks off to celebrate the music of the Beatles. Forty illustrators, who are members of Illustrators Ireland have each created a piece based on a different Beatles song. I'm really delighted to have been involved...

Madame Butterfly Poster

I went to see Madame Butterfly at the Bord Gais Theatre in Dublin last week. I've seen the opera three times now (in different productions and places) and still can't get enough of it. You would need a heart of stone not to be moved by the story and the music. The...

Revolution Illustrations

I was a finalist in the Fire illustration competition based on the theme of Revolution. I entered three images which you can see below. The third one (the one with the camera) is the one which appeared in the exhibition. My concept of Revolution was the idea of...

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