'Coalescence' exhibition at The Lavit Gallery, Cork
2024
Gallery View

Horizons work at 'Coalescence' exhibition, The Lavit Gallery, Cork, Ireland, June 12th - July 6th 2024; (from left) Submerged Horizon with Skellig Michael, Star Wars and water camouflage, 2017; Subsumed Horizon with Skellig Michael, screensavers and camouflage images, 2022; Lost Horizon after ‘Moon Light Scene' 'In the Dargle Country' 'On Coming Storm' and 'Figure in a Landscape with Waterfall' by J. A. O’Connor 1832, 2019; Beyond the Horizon after 'A Thunderstorm' by J.A. O'Connor 1832, woodland camouflage and plastic bottle vectors, 2018; all watercolour on paper.

'Coalescence' exhibition at The Lavit Gallery, Cork
2024
Gallery View

Horizons work at 'Coalescence' exhibition, The Lavit Gallery, Cork, Ireland, June 12th - July 6th 2024; (from left) Submerged Horizon with Skellig Michael, Star Wars and water camouflage, 2017; Subsumed Horizon with Skellig Michael, screensavers and camouflage images, 2022; Lost Horizon after ‘Moon Light Scene' 'In the Dargle Country' 'On Coming Storm' and 'Figure in a Landscape with Waterfall' by J. A. O’Connor 1832, 2019; Beyond the Horizon after 'A Thunderstorm' by J.A. O'Connor 1832, woodland camouflage and plastic bottle vectors, 2018; all watercolour on paper.

'Coalescence' exhibition at The Lavit Gallery, Cork
2024
Gallery View

Horizons work at 'Coalescence' exhibition, The Lavit Gallery, Cork, Ireland, June 12th - July 6th 2024; (left) Entangled Horizon 3, ink pen on paper, 52 x 70 cm; (right) Entangled Horizon, watercolour on paper, 50 x 69 cm, both 2024 and both after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760

'Coalescence' exhibition at The Lavit Gallery, Cork
2024
Gallery View

Horizons work at 'Coalescence' exhibition, The Lavit Gallery, Cork, Ireland, June 12th - July 6th 2024; (left) Entangled Horizon 3, ink pen on paper, 52 x 70 cm; (right) Entangled Horizon, watercolour on paper, 50 x 69 cm, both 2024 and both after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760

'View of Powerscourt Water Fall' by Georg Barret (research material)
1760

The original painting by George Barret’s 18th-century paintings of the 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' (he painted several versions - one is in the National Gallery of Ireland and another is in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool) used as source material, to create drawings and paintings and develop digital 3-dimensional virtual landscapes.

Entangled Horizon 1 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760
2022
Ink pen on paper
52 x 70 cm

Exploring ideas of disrupted representation this drawing uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures. The first stage was to make several digital versions of View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760 by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings and projecting them onto paper, turning them back to front and upside down to create a framework, and then tracing over the lines with an ink pen.

Entangled Horizon after ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760
2024
Watercolour on paper
50 x 69 cm

Exploring ideas of disrupted representation this painting uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures. The first stage was to make several digital versions of View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760 by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings and projecting them onto paper, turning them back to front and upside down to create a framework to hold the colours. Then painting one colour at a time ambiently across the entire surface so that the same colour never touches.

Entangled Horizon 3 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760
2024
Ink pen on paper
52 x 70 cm

Exploring ideas of disrupted representation this drawing uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures. The first stage was to make several digital versions of View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760 by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings and projecting them onto paper, turning them back to front and upside down to create a framework, and then tracing over the lines with an ink pen.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 adapted drawing to create a virtual 3-D rendered landscape
2023
Blurred ink pen on paper
3.5 MB

Exploring ideas of disrupted representation this drawing uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures. The first stage was to make several digital versions of View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760 by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings and projecting them onto paper, turning them back to front and upside down to create a framework, and then tracing over the lines with an ink pen. It has been cropped and blurred so that Blender could transform it into a 3-D landscape.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760
2023
Ink pen on paper
52 x 70 cm

Exploring ideas of disrupted representation this drawing uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures. The first stage was to make several digital versions of View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760 by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings and projecting them onto paper, turning them back to front and upside down to create a framework, and then tracing over the lines with an ink pen.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 as a Virtual 3-D Landscape / overall view
2023
Blender rendered jpeg
Virtual 3.5 MB

Entangled Horizon 2 drawing of digitised images of ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the source image, projecting the images onto paper, tracing them and then drawing over the traced images with ink rendered as a virtual digital 3-dimensional landscape, with the drawing overlayed and developed in Blender.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 as a Virtual 3-D Landscape / detail
2023
Blender rendered jpeg
Virtual 3.5 MB

Detail of Entangled Horizon 2 drawing of digitised images of ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the source image, projecting the images onto paper, tracing them and then drawing over the traced images with ink rendered as a virtual digital 3-dimensional landscape, with the drawing overlayed and developed in Blender.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 as a Virtual 3-D Landscape / overall front view
2023
Blender rendered jpeg
Virtual 3.5 MB

Entangled Horizon 2 drawing of digitised images of ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the source image, projecting the images onto paper, tracing them and then drawing over the traced images with ink rendered as a virtual digital 3-dimensional landscape, with the drawing overlayed and developed in Blender.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 as a Virtual 3-D Landscape / detail
2023
Blender rendered jpeg
Virtual 3.5 MB

Detail of Entangled Horizon 2 drawing of digitised images of ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the source image, projecting the images onto paper, tracing them and then drawing over the traced images with ink rendered as a virtual digital 3-dimensional landscape, with the drawing overlayed and developed in Blender.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 as a Virtual 3-D Landscape / overall arial view
2023
Blender rendered jpeg
Virtual 3.5 MB

Entangled Horizon 2 drawing of digitised images of ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the source image, projecting the images onto paper, tracing them and then drawing over the traced images with ink rendered as a virtual digital 3-dimensional landscape, with the drawing overlayed and developed in Blender.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 as a Virtual 3-D Landscape / detail
2023
Blender rendered jpeg
Virtual 3.5 MB

Detail of Entangled Horizon 2 drawing of digitised images of ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the source image, projecting the images onto paper, tracing them and then drawing over the traced images with ink rendered as a virtual digital 3-dimensional landscape, with the drawing overlayed and developed in Blender.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 as a Virtual 3-D Landscape / detail aieral view
2023
Blender rendered jpeg
Virtual 3.5 MB

Detail of Entangled Horizon 2 drawing of digitised images of ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the source image, projecting the images onto paper, tracing them and then drawing over the traced images with ink rendered as a virtual digital 3-dimensional landscape, with the drawing overlayed and developed in Blender.

Entangled Horizon 2 after 'View of Powerscourt Waterfall' by G. Barret 1760 as a Virtual 3-D Landscape / detail
2023
Blender rendered jpeg
Virtual 3.5 MB

Detail of Entangled Horizon 2 drawing of digitised images of ‘View of Powerscourt Waterfall’ by G. Barret 1760, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the source image, projecting the images onto paper, tracing them and then drawing over the traced images with ink rendered as a virtual digital 3-dimensional landscape, with the drawing overlayed and developed in Blender.

Exhibition opening for Build Your Own Horizon BYOH / Uillinn
2022
Ink drawings and photocopies on card / cut-outs

Opening of 'Fragments in Constellation' exhibition with Re:Group at the O'Driscoll building Skibbereen for the Skibbereen Arts Festival.

Build Your Own Horizon BYOH / Uillinn
2022
Ink drawings and photocopies on card / cut-outs
Variable

BYOH/Uillinn exhibited as part of 'Fragments in Constellation' exhibition with Re:Group at the O'Driscoll building Skibbereen for the Skibbereen Arts Festival.

Build Your Own Horizon BYOH / Uillinn
2022
Ink drawings and photocopies on card / cut-outs
Variable

BYOH/Uillinn exhibited as part of 'Fragments in Constellation' exhibition with Re:Group at the O'Driscoll building Skibbereen for the Skibbereen Arts Festival.

Build Your Own Horizon BYOH / Uillinn / detail
2022
Ink drawings and photocopies on card / cut-outs
Variable

Detail of BYOH/Uillinn exhibited as part of 'Fragments in Constellation' exhibition with Re:Group at the O'Driscoll building Skibbereen for the Skibbereen Arts Festival.

Build Your Own Horizon BYOH / Uillinn / detail
2022
Ink drawings and photocopies on card / cut-outs
Variable

Detail of BYOH/Uillinn exhibited as part of 'Fragments in Constellation' exhibition with Re:Group at the O'Driscoll building Skibbereen for the Skibbereen Arts Festival.

Build Your Own Horizon BYOH / Uillinn / template
2022
Ink drawing and photocopy on card / cut-out
A3

Uncut template for Build Your Own Horizon BYOH/Uillinn a site-specific public participation project, created for the 'Bealtaine Artist in Residence' program at Uillinn, West Cork Arts Centre, in association with Cork County Council, May 2022. This work will be exhibited as part of the Skibbereen Arts Festival in July 2022.

Build Your Own Horizon / Kinsale
2019
Printed ink on Card / cut-out
A3

Uncut template for Build Your Own Horizon BYOH/Uillinn a site-specific public participation project, created for the 'Bealtaine Artist in Residence' program at Uillinn, West Cork Arts Centre, in association with Cork County Council, May 2022. This work will be exhibited as part of the Skibbereen Arts Festival in July 2022.

Build Your Own Horizon / Kinsale
2019
Cut out printed ink on card / cut-outs
Variable

Cut-out prototype for Build Your Own Horizon/Uillinn a site-specific public participation project, created for the 'Bealtaine Artist in Residence' program at Uillinn, West Cork Arts Centre, in association with Cork County Council, May 2022. This work will be exhibited as part of the Skibbereen Arts Festival in July 2022.

Lost Horizon / Nature Camouflages
2018
Ink pen on paper
52 x 70 cm

This drawing explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. Using nature camouflages as source material, it was created by projecting the images onto paper and tracing them, and finally, tracing over the lines with an ink pen.

Beyond the Horizon 2 after J.A. O'Connor and screensavers / drawing
2018
Ink pen on paper
52 x 70 cm

Drawing of digital images of J.A. O'Connor and screensavers. This drawing explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to digitise the original painting by O'Connor and make several versions by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings, which were projected onto paper and traced along with drawings from digital screensavers, and finally, tracing over the lines with an ink pen.

Distant Horizon / Cork Harbour with Mondrian compositions
2017
Ink pen on paper
52 x 70 cm

Drawing of images of Cork Harbour and Mondrian Compositions. This drawing explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. It is a drawing of images of Cork Harbour from photographs and Mondrian painting compositions, created by projecting and tracing the images onto paper, and finally, tracing over the lines with an ink pen.

Subsumed Horizon / Skellig Michael and screensavers / drawing
2021
Ink pen on paper
52 x 70 cm

Drawing of collaged digital images of Skellig Michael and screensavers. This drawing explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to make several versions by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop of a found image of Skellig Michael. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings, which were projected and traced onto paper, and finally, tracing over the lines with an ink pen.

Beyond the Horizon after images by J.A. O'Connor, woodland camouflage, plastic bottles, leaf and nuclear explosion vectors
2017
Ink pen on paper
52 x 70 cm

Drawing of digital images after J.A. O'Connor, woodland camouflage and plastic bottles, leaf and nuclear explosion vectors. This drawing explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to make several versions of the original painting by O'Connor by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings, which were projected and traced onto paper along with drawings of woodland camouflage, plastic bottles, leaf and nuclear explosion vectors, and finally, tracing over the lines with an ink pen.

Lost Horizon after ‘Moon Light Scene' 'In the Dargle Country' 'On Coming Storm' and 'Figure in a Landscape with Waterfall' by J. A. O’Connor 1832
2019
Watercolour on paper
47 x 68 cm

Painting of digital images after J.A. O'Connor painted in the style of camouflage. This painting explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to digitise the original paintings ‘Moon Light Scene' 'In the Dargle Country' 'On Coming Storm' and 'Figure in a Landscape with Waterfall' by J. A. O’Connor 1832 by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the images as line drawings, which were projected onto paper and traced to create a framework to hold the colours, and finally, it was painted one colour at a time ambiently across the entire surface so that the same colour never touched, each shape painted as a separate unit. Exhibited at VUE, Dublin 2019 with Oliver Sears Gallery.

Subsumed Horizon / Skellig Michael, screensavers and camouflage images
2022
Watercolour on paper
47 x 68 cm

Painting of digital images of Skellig Michael, screensavers and camouflage, painted in the style of camouflage. This painting explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to digitise the found image of Skellig Michael by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the image as a line drawing, along with images of screensavers, which were projected onto paper and traced to create a framework to hold the colours, and finally, it was painted one colour at a time ambiently across the entire surface so that the same colour never touched, each shape painted as a separate unit.

Beyond the Horizon after 'In the Dargle Country' by J.A. O'Connor 1829 and screensavers
2018
Watercolour on paper
47 x 66 cm

Painting of digital images after J.A. O'Connor and screensavers painted in the style of camouflage. This painting explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to digitise the original painting 'In the Dargle Country' by J.A. O'Connor 1829 by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the image as a line drawing along with images from screensavers, which were projected onto paper and traced to create a framework to hold the colours, and finally, it was painted one colour at a time ambiently across the entire surface so that the same colour never touched, each shape painted as a separate unit.

Beyond the Horizon after 'A Thunderstorm' by J.A. O'Connor 1832, woodland camouflage and plastic bottle vectors
2018
Watercolour on paper
49 x 66 cm

Painting of digital images after J.A. O'Connor, woodland camouflage and plastic bottle vectors painted in the style of camouflage. This painting explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to digitise the original painting 'A Thunderstorm' by J.A. O'Connor 1832 by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the image as a line drawing along with images from woodland camouflage and plastic bottle vectors, which were projected onto paper and traced to create a framework to hold the colours, and finally, it was painted one colour at a time ambiently across the entire surface so that the same colour never touched, each shape was painted as a separate unit. Exhibited as part of 'Press Play' Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin 2019.

Distant Horizon / Cork Harbour with Mondrian compositions
2018
Watercolour on paper
47 x 66 cm

Painting of images of Cork Harbour from photographs and Mondrian compositions painted in the style of camouflage. This painting explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to trace the photograph of Cork Harbour along with images of Mondrian compositions which were projected onto paper and traced multiple times to create a framework to hold the colours, and then, it was painted one colour at a time ambiently across the entire surface so that the same colour never touched and each shape was painted as a separate unit. Exhibited as part of 'Press Play' Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin 2019.

Submerged Horizon / Skellig Michael, Star Wars and water camouflage
2017
Watercolour on paper
49 x 66 cm

Painting of digital images of Skellig Michael and Star Wars and water camouflages painted in the style of camouflage. This painting explores ideas of disrupted representation and uses a combination of digital and analogue procedures to create the image. The first stage was to digitise the original found image of Skellig Michael by changing the settings for detail and edges in Photoshop. Printing and tracing the image as a line drawing along with images from Star Wars and water camouflages, which were projected onto paper and traced to create a framework to hold the colours, and finally, it was painted one colour at a time ambiently across the entire surface so that the same colour never touched, each shape was painted as a separate unit. Exhibited as part of 'Salon' 2018 and 'Press Play' 2019 Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin.

Horizons / studies for woodland, pink, sea and desert camouflage for Skellig Michael
2016
Watercolour on paper
45 x 66 cm

Studies for woodland, pink, sea and desert camouflage for Skellig Michael, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the found image and tracing and duplicating the projected image onto paper.

Horizons / blurred studies for woodland, pink, sea and desert camouflage for Skellig Michael
2016
Watercolour on paper
45 x 66 cm

Blurred studies for woodland, pink, sea and desert camouflage for Skellig Michael, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the found image and tracing and duplicating the projected image onto paper.

Horizons / blurred and non-blurred studies with screensavers of colour separation camouflages for Skellig Michael
2016
Watercolour on paper
45 x 66 cm

Blurred and non-blurred studies of colour separation camouflage for Skellig Michael fragmented and duplicated into images of floating photo screensavers, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the images and tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / studies with screensavers of colour separation camouflage for Skellig Michael
2016
Watercolour on paper
45 x 65 cm

Colour separation images, cyan, yellow, black and magenta of Skellig Michael have been superimposed into fragmented and duplicated images of floating photo screensavers, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the images and tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / studies for colour separation Skellig Michael screensavers
2016
Watercolour on paper
45 x 66 cm

Multiple images of colour separation floating photo screensavers superimposed onto images of Skellig Michael, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the images and tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / Photoshop research document
2016
Digital document
32 MB

Multiple image digital document of scanned, posterised, inverted, grey-scaled surface blurred found photograph of Skellig Michael part of the research material, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the images.

Horizons / Skellig Michael blurred colour separation with screensavers
2016
Watercolour on paper
45 x 66 cm

Images of floating photo screensavers superimposed onto a blurred colour separation image of Skellig Michael painted as blurred colour separations, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the image and tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / Skellig Michael colour separation screensavers
2016
Watercolour on paper
45 x 66 cm

Image of colour separation floating photo screensavers superimposed onto a fragmented and duplicated image of Skellig Michael painted as colour separations, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the image and tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / Posterised found photograph of Skellig Michael
2016
Digital image
2 MB

Posterised found photograph of Skellig Michael, a drawing based on this image has been used for the design of the Skellig camouflage, part of the research material, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the image.

Horizons / Study for colour separation camouflage for Skellig Michael
2016
Watercolour on paper
33 x 45 cm

Study for colour separation camouflage for Skellig Michael, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the image and tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / Study for blurred colour separation camouflage for Skellig Michael
2016
Watercolour on paper
33 x 45 cm

Study for blurred colour separation camouflage for Skellig Michael, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the image and tracing the projected image onto paper.

Horizons / Photoshop research document
2016
Digital document
22 MB

Multiple image digital document of lens, box, surface and gaussian blurred colour separation watercolour of Skellig Michael, part of the research material, created by changing the detail and contour parameters of the images.

Horizons / Photoshop research image
2016
Digital image
1.7 MB

Photoshop document of surface blurred colour separation watercolour of Skellig Michael, part of the research material, cCreated by changing the detail and contour parameters of the image.

Horizons / colour separation of Cork Harbour
2015
Watercolour on paper
48 x 63 cm

Montage of a Mondrian abstract painting and a drawing of the mouth of Cork Harbour painted as colour separations, created by tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / colour separation of Cork Harbour
2015
Watercolour on paper
48 x 63.5 cm

Montage of a Mondrian abstract painting and a drawing of the mouth of Cork Harbour painted as colour separations, created by tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / fragmented colour separation of Cork Harbour
2015
Watercolour on paper
48 x 63.5 cm

Montage of a Mondrian abstract painting and a drawing of the mouth of Cork Harbour painted as fragmented colour separations, created by tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / Cork Harbour
2015
Photograph
10 MB

One of 150 photographs taken of the mouth of Cork Harbour, part of the research material

Horizons / Cork Harbour / positive
2015
JPEG
800 KB

Grey-scale photograph of the mouth of Cork Harbour, part of the research material

Horizons / Cork Harbour / negative
2015
JPEG
800 KB

Inverted grey-scale photograph of the mouth of Cork Harbour, part of the research material

Horizons / fragmented colour separation of Cork Harbour
2015
Watercolour on paper
42 x 63.5 cm

Fragmented colour separation with an inverted sky of the mouth of Cork Harbour, created by tracing the projected images onto paper.

Horizons / fragmented colour separation of Cork Harbour
2015
Watercolour on paper
42 x 63.5 cm

Fragmented colour separation with an inverted sky of the mouth of Cork Harbour, created by tracing projected images onto paper.

Horizons / multiple colour separations of Cork Harbour
2015
Watercolour on paper
46 x 63 cm

Montage of a Mondrian abstract painting and fragmented and upside-down drawings of the mouth of Cork Harbour painted as colour separations, created by tracing projected images onto paper.

Multicoloured Horizon / Cork Harbour
2014
Watercolour on paper
56 x 76 cm

Montage of a Mondrian abstract painting and an image of the mouth of Cork Harbour, created by tracing projected images onto paper.

Yellow Horizon / Cork Harbour
2014
Watercolour on paper
56 x 76 cm

Montage of a Mondrian abstract painting and an image of the mouth of Cork Harbour, created by tracing projected images onto paper.

Pink Horizon / Cork Harbour
2014
Watercolour on paper
56 x 76 cm

Montage of a Mondrian abstract painting and an image of the mouth of Cork Harbour, created by tracing projected images onto paper.

Horizons / note book
2014
Mixed media
Book 31 x 43 cm

Documentation of the development of ideas, showing notes based on works by Mondrian

Horizons / note book
2014
Mixed media
Book 31 x 43 cm

Documentation of the development of ideas, showing ideas based on perspective and Cork Harbour

Horizons / note book
2014
Mixed media
Book 31 x 43 cm

Documentation of the development of ideas, showing notes based on a Cork Harbour maritime painting

Horizons / note book
2014
Mixed media
Book 31 x 43 cm

Documentation of the development of ideas at Cill Rialaig residency

Horizons / note book
2014
Mixed media
Book 31 x 43 cm

Documentation of the development of ideas, showing notes based on photographs of Cork Harbour

Horizons / note book
2014
Mixed media
Book 31 x 43 cm

Documentation of the development of ideas, showing ideas based on the horizon

Horizons / note book
2014
Mixed media
Book 31 x 43 cm

Documentation of the development of ideas at Cill Rialaig residency, showing notes based on works by Mondrian