Due to popular demand, the show ‘There’s a touch of the artist about old Bloom‘ has been extended to run until Sunday 2nd of July.
Participating artists were drawn from a number of disciplines where drawing and sketching are an important aspect of their work.
Along with mine, other works are exhibited by Alice Campbell (graphic artist), Aisling Conroy (fine artist), Aideen Griffin (fine artist), Balazs Keresztury (architect), Frank Kiely (fine artist and print maker), Niamh Lunny (costume & set designer), Pat MacAfee (stonemason and author), James Moore (fine artist), Mary O’Carroll (draftswoman), Léo Régeard aka Leyho (special effects artist), Nina Ruminska (illustrator).
The show curated by the Olivier Cornet Gallery, Jessica Peel-Yates and Marie-Hélène Brohan Delhaye is a visual response to Ulysses through sketching on location in the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter of Dublin. The sketching event which took place from June 10 to June 13 explored the fabric of the James Joyce’s Dublin, real or imagined.