MAEVE CLANCY – SOMERSET COMMISSION 2013 Following on from Maeve Clancys exhibition in paper from the Somerset commission this year, here is a lovely short film outlining the process, materials sourced and then the final results. the interview within the film was conducted by Liam Geraghty. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZexdlCOG81E&sns=em
MAEVE CLANCY EXHIBITION at Barrington Court – UPDATE http://paperatbarrington.wordpress.com/2013/07/05/days-11-14-installation-and-finished-exhibition/ features an amazing blog posting outlining the installation and finished exhibit for the Barrington Court in Somerset. Her paper cutting work is featured as part of the ‘Make the Most Exhibition’ which will run from September 21st to October 6th and is a core element of […]
Maeve Clancy – Comic Wall Just a heads up that if you are in the city centre and close to Christchurch, take a small detour up towards Thomas Street/Meath Street area and catch a glimpse of some fantastic comic art! Maeve Clancy has been busy working away at this street art feature for some time, […]
The latest issue of Rira, the Irish language all ages anthology from Coimici Gael is now ready for download and for sale. Take a look below at Alma Ryan’s cover to the new issue featuring the talents of Bob Byrne, Alan Nolan, Philip Barrett, Maeve Clancy, Alma Ryan, Alan Ryan, Stephen Downey, Elida Maiques, Fintan Taite and Davy […]
VACATION!!…(nearly..) Over the last while the Irish Comic Noodlers has been running each week with a great range of art and doodle work from each of the daily artists. So as Autumn kicks in and schedules get way busier for each of us, The Noodles section for ICN will be taking a long deserved […]
RiRa publisher Aidan Courtney has named the talent involved in the upcoming fourth issue. Listing an enviable cross section of Ireland best creators that include Bob Byrne, Alan Nolan, Philip Barrett, Maeve Clancy, Mike Lynch, Michael Ball, Alma Ryan, Alan Ryan, Eoin Ryan, Stephen Downey, Elida Maiques, Paddy Lynch, Fintan Taite and Davy Francis. […]
My hommage to Henri Matisse and his blue nudes.