Independent publications / exhibition catalogues that feature my work.
Visual slideshows below;
FROM: Outsider Magazine. Issue 8. January 12th, 2022. Two of my works feature = How 2B A NY 4 Way and Blue City, alongside international outsider artists. A loose term to describe various art forms including = Outsider art, art brut, self-taught artists, folk art, underground artists, lowbrow art, dark art, naive art, and more...
Haus A Rest online zine, Issue 15 Kitsch. July 2021. UK. Opinion piece / Q & A feature.
Sonazines, Issue 1 Enzymes, January 2021, Cork. Online edition. Collaboration between audio and visual artists. Interpretive drawing piece.
Tír na nÓg art and literature zine, Issue 1, December 2020, Galway. Visual art contribution with Driftwood Beasties.
The FLUX Review, Q&A, October 2020, online.
A.R.T. Artists Responding To zine, Issue 3, October 2020, UK. Artists responding to current environmental and political issues. Assemblage piece. Living In Boxes (Lockdown Lethargy).
Haus A Rest online zine, Issue 5 The Body As Landscape. September 2020, UK. Selfie at the Beach. Acrylic and mixed media on primed driftwood. 13 x 6 inches.
Let's Hit the Road Again: Celebrating America's Love Affair with the Automobile, the Landfill Art Collection, Shirley Reiff Howarth, Humanities Exchange, 2019. Accompanying catalogue to touring exhibition. Customised hubcap, page 150.
Galway Fringe Festival, Festival catalogue, July 2015. Mixed media painting. LukR. 10 x 10 inches.
Pigs On Parade, Exhibition catalogue of public arts project in aid of Jack and Jill Foundation, March 2015. Customised pig sculpture.
10 Days of Dublin Festival, Festival brochure, July 2013. Themed exhibition FUNKYTOWN.
10 Days of Dublin Festival, Visual art catalogue, July 2013. Loop de Lamp illustration, part of FUNKYTOWN exhibition.
Kinsale Arts Festival, Festival catalogue, Manifest curated group exhibition, July 2012. Mixed media acrylic painting. Ask the Experts. 16 x 20 inches.
This Way Up, Issue 3, October 2006, collaborative zine curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak. Colour and black and white illustrations.