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Me Jewel and Darlin’

Me Jewel and Darlin’ - Image
Sean Lynch

The title for the project, Me Jewel & Darlin’, was borrowed from Eamonn McThomais’ book of the same name. The public artwork was located on O’Connell Street from January 2011 until April 2012, near The Spire, on the central axis of the city’s main thoroughfare. It consisted of a displ...

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In-Visible - Image
Tina O'Connell

‘In-Visible’ (2001) is a contemporary sculpture incorporating a water feature. Inspired by the connection between Waterford City and the world famous Waterford Glass industry, O'Connell's work consists of a very large transparent acrylic sphere (2 metres in diameter), over whic...

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Bamboo Scaffolding

Bamboo Scaffolding - Image
Dan Shipsides

‘Bamboo Scaffolding’ (2000) involved the erection of a bamboo structure on the facade of the disused Carlton Cinema building on O’Connell Street in Dublin’s city centre. The Carlton Cinema building was, at the time, being renovated under a major redevelopment scheme for the whole of O’C...

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FIND Art Project

FIND Art Project - Image
Nuala Clarke, Crystal Gandrud, Alice Dixon, Anthony Champa, Joanna Hopkins, Chris Leach, Amanda Rice & Ian Wieczorek.

FIND was a public art initiative comprising a series of temporary artworks, installations, and events around the town of Castlebar, Co Mayo.  This project was the first collaboration of the Linenhall Arts Centre and the Mayo County Council Public Art Programme, curated by Gaynor Seville.&nbs...

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For Dublin

For Dublin - Image
Frances Hegarty and Andrew Stones

‘For Dublin’ (1997) was a site-specific, temporary neon public artwork which presented a series of pink fluorescent quotations, extracted from Molly Bloom’s monologues in the last chapter of James Joyce’s Ulysses. The neon works were installed on buildings in nine prominent sites througho...

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Jeffry's House

Jeffry's House - Image
Thomas O'Brien and Emily Mannion

‘Jeffry’s House’ (2014) is a folly-style structure which was created by architect Thomas O Brien and artist Emily Mannion. The piece is named after Jeffry’s Lough - a nearby lake which appears on older maps but has now disappeared. Standing at the edge of the forest, ‘Jeffry’s Ho...

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I love Letterkenny, Letterkenny loves me

I love Letterkenny, Letterkenny loves me - Image
Tina O'Connell

‘I love Letterkenny, Letterkenny loves me’ (2009) is a two-foot-high neon sign which is installed across the western façade of the Multi Purpose Centre building, at Letterkenny Institute of Technology.

The artwork flicks between the statements ‘I love Letterkenny’, and ‘Let...

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Unfurl - Image
Alex Pentek

Based on an origami-fold pattern, ‘Unfurl’ (2014) was fabricated using a series of perforated 3mm bronze sheets, which were cut and folded into a parabolic curved surface following the plan of a Fibonacci spiral. The folded surface has 80,000 perforations and is reinforced at the edges with 7...

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Tell Me Something

Tell Me Something - Image
Andrew Kearney

‘Tell Me Something’ (2014) was an interactive, site-specific, mixed media installation. It took the form of a large, white, luminous ring positioned two thirds of the way up the iconic 52-metre red-brick chimney stack at the former Golden Vale Factory in Limerick city. This prominent location...

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Hedgehog (inspired by the origami of J. Richardson)

Hedgehog (inspired by the origami of J. Richardson) - Image
Alex Pentek

Inspired by the original origami-hedgehog created by John Richardson, this large scale work was completed and installed in May 2010. After the creation of a 3D CAD model, the work was plasma-cut from a series of 6mm Corten steel sheets, and fabricated using MIG welds over a galvanized piping...

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Commission Call - Muire Gan Smál Presentation Primary, Castleisland

09 June 2017

Muire Gan Smál Presentation Primary, Castleisland, Public Art Committee intend to commission a permanent artwork for our school under the Per Cent...More..

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Greystones Educate Together National School appointed a voluntary committee with relevant expertise to oversee the per cent for art commissioning process. An external curator, Máire Davey, was appointed specifically for her expertise in working in a highly collaborative way as meaningful involvement from the students and school was viewed as central to the process. The procurement route chosen was limited invited competition.

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