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2017

"2017" Info

Turkey Skull: Heads-Up

maple lightbox /custom designed matrix lighting/high quality digital duratran print/ collage

52 x 38 cm

unique print

"2017" Info

€950,00

2017

Landmarks and Lifeforms, an interdisciplinary installation by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne.

Initiated and developed by Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and exhibited there from 11 March to 20 April 2017, Landmarks and Lifeforms was presented in different
iterations at

Limerick City Gallery of Art (7 September to 22 October 2017) and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (3 February to 14 April 2018) with the support of the Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

The exhibition was accompanied by broad and diverse creative learning programmes at each of the three venues, including talks and panel discussions featuring artists and scientists from various fields of marine biology, zoology and ecology; dance performances and music recitals in responded to the exhibition; family and schools programmes and a Discovery Box gallery resource was created for very young children. Throughout, Landmarks and Lifeforms was a rich source of learning, an invitation for exploration and an inspiration for the curious mind.


"2017" Info

Gorilla skull: Heads-Up

maple lightbox /custom designed matrix lighting/high quality digital duratran print/ collage

52 x 38 cm

unique print

"2017" Info

€950,00

2017

Landmarks and Lifeforms, an interdisciplinary installation by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne.

Initiated and developed by Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and exhibited there from 11 March to 20 April 2017, Landmarks and Lifeforms was presented in different
iterations at

Limerick City Gallery of Art (7 September to 22 October 2017) and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (3 February to 14 April 2018) with the support of the Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

The exhibition was accompanied by broad and diverse creative learning programmes at each of the three venues, including talks and panel discussions featuring artists and scientists from various fields of marine biology, zoology and ecology; dance performances and music recitals in responded to the exhibition; family and schools programmes and a Discovery Box gallery resource was created for very young children. Throughout, Landmarks and Lifeforms was a rich source of learning, an invitation for exploration and an inspiration for the curious mind.


"2017" Info

Chameleon :Heads-Up

maple lightbox /custom designed matrix lighting/high quality digital duratran print/ collage

52 x 38 cm

unique print

"2017" Info

€950,00

2017

Landmarks and Lifeforms, an interdisciplinary installation by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne.

Initiated and developed by Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and exhibited there from 11 March to 20 April 2017, Landmarks and Lifeforms was presented in different
iterations at

Limerick City Gallery of Art (7 September to 22 October 2017) and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (3 February to 14 April 2018) with the support of the Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

The exhibition was accompanied by broad and diverse creative learning programmes at each of the three venues, including talks and panel discussions featuring artists and scientists from various fields of marine biology, zoology and ecology; dance performances and music recitals in responded to the exhibition; family and schools programmes and a Discovery Box gallery resource was created for very young children. Throughout, Landmarks and Lifeforms was a rich source of learning, an invitation for exploration and an inspiration for the curious mind.


"2017" Info

Heads-Up! Human Skull

maple lightbox /custom designed matrix lighting/high quality digital duratran print/ collage

52 x 38 cm

unique print

           

"2017" Info

€950,00

2017

Landmarks and Lifeforms, an interdisciplinary installation by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne.

Initiated and developed by Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and exhibited there from 11 March to 20 April 2017, Landmarks and Lifeforms was presented in different
iterations at

Limerick City Gallery of Art (7 September to 22 October 2017) and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (3 February to 14 April 2018) with the support of the Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

The exhibition was accompanied by broad and diverse creative learning programmes at each of the three venues, including talks and panel discussions featuring artists and scientists from various fields of marine biology, zoology and ecology; dance performances and music recitals in responded to the exhibition; family and schools programmes and a Discovery Box gallery resource was created for very young children. Throughout, Landmarks and Lifeforms was a rich source of learning, an invitation for exploration and an inspiration for the curious mind.


"2017" Info

Mat(t)er (Turkey)

Mono print

60 x 70cm

VP 8/50

"2017" Info

€250,00

2017

Landmarks and Lifeforms, an interdisciplinary installation by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne.

Initiated and developed by Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and exhibited there from 11 March to 20 April 2017, Landmarks and Lifeforms was presented in different
iterations at

Limerick City Gallery of Art (7 September to 22 October 2017) and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (3 February to 14 April 2018) with the support of the Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

The exhibition was accompanied by broad and diverse creative learning programmes at each of the three venues, including talks and panel discussions featuring artists and scientists from various fields of marine biology, zoology and ecology; dance performances and music recitals in responded to the exhibition; family and schools programmes and a Discovery Box gallery resource was created for very young children. Throughout, Landmarks and Lifeforms was a rich source of learning, an invitation for exploration and an inspiration for the curious mind.


"2017" Info

Mat(t)er (Human)

Mono print

60 x 60cm

VP 13/50

"2017" Info

€250,00

2017

Landmarks and Lifeforms, an interdisciplinary installation by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne.

Initiated and developed by Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and exhibited there from 11 March to 20 April 2017, Landmarks and Lifeforms was presented in different
iterations at

Limerick City Gallery of Art (7 September to 22 October 2017) and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (3 February to 14 April 2018) with the support of the Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

The exhibition was accompanied by broad and diverse creative learning programmes at each of the three venues, including talks and panel discussions featuring artists and scientists from various fields of marine biology, zoology and ecology; dance performances and music recitals in responded to the exhibition; family and schools programmes and a Discovery Box gallery resource was created for very young children. Throughout, Landmarks and Lifeforms was a rich source of learning, an invitation for exploration and an inspiration for the curious mind.


"2017" Info

Mat(t)er (Gorilla)

Mono print

60 x 60cm

VP 10/50

"2017" Info

€250,00

2017

Landmarks and Lifeforms, an interdisciplinary installation by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne.

Initiated and developed by Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and exhibited there from 11 March to 20 April 2017, Landmarks and Lifeforms was presented in different
iterations at

Limerick City Gallery of Art (7 September to 22 October 2017) and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (3 February to 14 April 2018) with the support of the Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

The exhibition was accompanied by broad and diverse creative learning programmes at each of the three venues, including talks and panel discussions featuring artists and scientists from various fields of marine biology, zoology and ecology; dance performances and music recitals in responded to the exhibition; family and schools programmes and a Discovery Box gallery resource was created for very young children. Throughout, Landmarks and Lifeforms was a rich source of learning, an invitation for exploration and an inspiration for the curious mind.


Landmarks and Lifeforms, an interdisciplinary installation by Frieda Meaney and Danny Osborne.

Initiated and developed by Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and exhibited there from 11 March to 20 April 2017, Landmarks and Lifeforms was presented in different
iterations at

Limerick City Gallery of Art (7 September to 22 October 2017) and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (3 February to 14 April 2018) with the support of the Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

The exhibition was accompanied by broad and diverse creative learning programmes at each of the three venues, including talks and panel discussions featuring artists and scientists from various fields of marine biology, zoology and ecology; dance performances and music recitals in responded to the exhibition; family and schools programmes and a Discovery Box gallery resource was created for very young children. Throughout, Landmarks and Lifeforms was a rich source of learning, an invitation for exploration and an inspiration for the curious mind.