Beneath That Darkness There Was Another, Pallas Projects, Dublin

Niall de Buitléar’s small paintings, built from intricate concentric patterns, are geometric but also suggestive of organic processes. They equate to the world outside: complex and orderly but also contingent and unpredictable. Their handmade precision makes them visually fascinating. You could quite happily live with any one of them and never tire of it.

Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times

Bush of Ghosts, Acrylic on canvas covered board

Beneath That Darkness, Acrylic on canvas covered board

Falls, Acrylic on canvas covered boards

I Zimbra, One Way or Another, Acrylic on canvas covered board

Petri, Acrylic on canvas covered board

Voids, Acrylic on canvas covered board

Nightswimming, acrylic on board

  What if There Were Two,  ccrylic on canvas covered boards

What if There Were Two, ccrylic on canvas covered boards

  One Way or Another , Acrylic on canvas covered board

One Way or Another, Acrylic on canvas covered board

  Signal , laser-engraved acrylic

Signal, laser-engraved acrylic

 Installation view of  Triune  series, laser cut plywood sculptures

Installation view of Triune series, laser cut plywood sculptures

 Installation view of  Triune  series, laser cut plywood sculptures

Installation view of Triune series, laser cut plywood sculptures

Beneath That Darkness There Was Another was a solo exhibition of painting, sculpture and laser-engraved panels at Pallas Projects, Dublin in March and April 2015.