A print I made for Pallas Projects is included in the show The Future is Self-Organised — Artist-Run Spaces curated by Pallas Projects at Limerick City Gallery of Art. The exhibition continues until the 15th of January so if you are in Limerick call in and have a look. It's above the TV on the left.
A new digital drawing I created as the first limited edition artwork produced by Pallas Projects. They will be commissioning artworks from various artists for their project Pallas Projects - Editions.
The print is available through the gallery
Typeface is a documentary film, produced by Kartemquin Films, focusing on a rural Midwestern museum (the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin) and print shop where international artists meet retired craftsmen and together navigate the convergence of modern design and traditional technique.
This is a new version of a booklet first produced in 2006. The booklet has been redesigned and some changes made to the content.
Each of these word loops takes a pair of words with opposite meanings as its starting point. A thesaurus was used to find a synonym for one of these words and then to find a synonym for that synonym and so on. Each new word suggested by thesaurus involves a slight slippage of meaning. These slippages accumulate resulting in a complete inversion of the original meaning. This process is repeated using the second word from the pair until the loop has been completed.
If you would like to receive a complimentary copy please send me your address: niall(at)nialldebuitlear.com
Linking Graphics 2, 1999, Ink, graphite, and colored pencil on paper
Double Gravity, 1984, Oil on linen
Morula III , 1983-4, Lithograph on paper
Terry Winters will be exhibiting at IMMA in summer 2009.
Tara Donovan Untitled, 2005 Etching Image Size: 29 5/8 x 29 3/4 inches Paper Size: 32 x 32 inches Printed by Pace Editions Ink Published by Pace Editions, Inc.
Edition of 35This etching was created by making bubbles by blowing into a mixture of acid and liquid soap. The artist then used a plastic spoon to place the bubbles onto the metal plate.