Irish Culture & Heritage

Irish Artists | Harry Clarke

Harry Clarke is an Irish artist I came across many years ago and thanks to my younger brother John fell in love with his work.  St. Mary's RC Church, in my hometown of Ballinrobe in Co. Mayo is lucky enough to have nine Harry Clarke Windows and draws visitors from all over.  We have local… Continue reading Irish Artists | Harry Clarke

Irish Culture & Heritage, Women's History

Irish Artists | Mainie Jellett

I fell in love with Mainie Jellett and her work when I was given an assignment in college as part of a Modernism module.  The brief was to give a ten minute presentation on an Irish modern artist and tie in what makes them a modern artist.  I can't remember exactly how I came across… Continue reading Irish Artists | Mainie Jellett

Northern Ireland | Belfast Photo Essay
Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland | Belfast Photo Essay

I'm back! Yes, it has been months since I last wrote a post but I won't bore you with reasons and excuses as to why I haven't.  I have another photo essay I want to share with you.  Last summer B and I took a day trip from Dublin to Belfast with Extreme Ireland.  Our… Continue reading Northern Ireland | Belfast Photo Essay

Canada

Canada | Victoria Gallery Walk

While I'm not an expert, I love art in all its forms and mediums. I admire the time and work an artist puts into their pieces, and how open and curious they are of the world around them. I love how it sparks something in me, not necessarily to paint or to draw or to… Continue reading Canada | Victoria Gallery Walk