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Group Exhibitions

1989
Royal West of England Academy Autumn Exhibition, Bristol
1990-1991
Exhibited with the “Ruralists” in their touring exhibition “Alice” at:
Bearnes, The Rainbow, Torquay, Devon
The Tabernacle, Machynelleth, Powys, Wales
Plymouth city Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth, Devon
Christchurch Picture Gallery, Christchurch College, Oxford
The Piccadilly Gallery, Cork Street, London
The Morley Gallery, Westminster Bridge Road, London
The Parco Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1991
Graduation Exhibition, Polytechnic South West, Exeter
Fresh Art 2, Business Design Centre, Islington, London
Alba Fine Art, Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey
1992
The Blackheath Gallery, Blackheath, London
Alba Fine Art, Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey
1993-2003
The Kennedy Gallery, Dublin
1997-2001
The Kenny Gallery, Galway
1998-2001
Cill Rialaig Gallery, Ballinskelligs, Co Kerry
1999
Cill Rialaig Artists: National Museum of Ireland, Dublin
2005-2007
The Belgravia Gallery, Mayfair, London

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1993
Touring exhibition “Seven Fiddle Players” at three venues:
The Kennedy Gallery, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2
Willie Clancy Summer School of Irish Traditional Music, Co Clare
Siamsa Tire (Irish National Folk Theatre), Tralee, Co Kerry
1997
Touring exhibition “Tommy’s Music & The Source” at three venues:
The Kennedy Gallery, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2
Willie Clancy Summer School of Irish Traditional Music, Co Clare
Galway Arts Festival
2000
Touring exhibition entitled “Caisleáin Óir” at two venues:
The Kennedy Gallery, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2
Willie Clancy Summer School of Irish Traditional Music, Co Clare
2004
Exhibition “Corazonada” on the theme of salsa dancers, at Bar Latina, London
A selection of the paintings also shown at the Belgravia Gallery, Mayfair, London

RESIDENCIES
1998 & 2000 Resident artist at Cill Rialaig Project, Ballinskelligs, Co Kerry, for the month of May
CURRENT WORK

2005-2007
Worked on individual paintings & portrait commissions
2008-2009
Currently working on a series of paintings on a nightime theme, and also planning a new series of narrative portraits of Irish musicians

PAINTINGS IN PRIVATE COLLECTIONS IN ENGLAND, IRELAND, GERMANY AND JAPAN

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