‘A Way Home – An Slí Abhaile’ is a new art exhibition for children and families based on the text by author Olivia Hope. 20 illustrators and artists was commissioned to interpret the text with magical illustrations exploring celtic folklore. “Two siblings get lost in the woods. There they meet a mysterious traveller and embarkContinue reading “A Way Home – An Slí Abhaile’.”
Dive into the ocean and bring out your splashing colours to create your own ocean-inspired artwork. In this workshop, we’ll explore the food chain of Atlantic marine life, from the tiny creatures to the larger predators.
Delighted to hear the Coding with Macaronis project has been selected to be showcased at the Dutch Design Week this year. Read more here.
This is my artwork Gardening for the Exquisite Portraits Exhibition. For the Illustrators Ireland 2020 / 2021 group exhibition, despite covid, over 40 illustrators and authors teamed up and created a giant exhibition. It is now showcasing at the Lab Gallery in Dublin. During the lockdown many artists faced being without material as travel restrictionsContinue reading “Cruinniú na nÓg 2020 – Group Exhibition at the Lab Dublin”
The Winter exhibition which is organised by artist/illustrator Brian Gallagher hangs at the United Arts Club, Dublin from the 14th of November until the 6th of December. I have two pieces exhibiting. Inspired by the Atlantic ocean and its treasures and meals around the dinner table; The Donegal Atlantic Lobster Christmas Recipe and the Oyster lovingContinue reading “Winter – Exhibition at The United Arts Club, Dublin”
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Around Dublin tomorrow? Welcome to Urban – Rural, a new exhibition opening tomorrow night at the United Arts Club in Dublin. The show will be opened at 8pm by Pj Lynch. With work from the following illustrators: Peter Donnelly Alan Dunne Linda Fahrlin Jennifer Farley Brian Gallagher Adrienne Geoghegan Una Gildea Pj Lynch Padhraig NolanContinue reading “Exhibition, United Arts Club, Dublin”
Hi, I am delighted to have a little pop up at the House of Illustration Summer Fair in Granary Square, Kings Cross, London. The event is taking place on Saturday the 30th of June.
Rumour has it Murphy has taken a swim to warmer waters and has been sighted in the Italian city of Bologna. (Admittingly far away from the sea!) More specifically at the “Ireland” stand at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair! Murphy intends to enjoy the warmer climate for the duration of the fair: 26th – 29thContinue reading “Murphy is heading for Bologna Childrens book fair”
So. It’s that time of the year again, the Bologna Children’s Book Fair is soon on! In recent years Illustrators Ireland has been participating showcasing members books. If you pass by the stand make sure to browse the illustrated bookmarks – here’s my bookmark.
Here’s the beginning of the illustration for my bookmark at the IGI stand in Bologna Children’s Book Fair. Every year the Illustrators Ireland has a place at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, this year it’ll be shared with a few other organisations from Ireland like the Children’s Books Ireland and publishers. The Children’s Book Fair inContinue reading “Sketch: Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2018”
“He was, I take it, the most perfect reasoning and observing machine that the world has seen, but as a lover, he would have placed himself in a false position.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Linda Fährlin (@lindafahrlin) This little bird has just flown off from my drawing room towards the Biennale of Illustration, Bratislava, to be part of the Migrations Exhibition.
Before creating the artworks for the pop-up exhibition organised by Illustrators Ireland & OFFSET my “sitter” wrote a little text about herself: “Graphic designer, typographer, writer, teacher, swimmer with a mild fear of sea creatures — real and mythical. Loves making and reading beautiful books, vibrant colour and affogato. Avid baker of sweet things, coffeeContinue reading “Exhibition: The State of Us – You, Me & the Liffey”
You, me and the Liffey! Sneaky peak of detail from my artwork for “The State of Us” group show opening in Dublin this Friday. Huge A1 format to fill and I got as carried away as the artwork was by the mailman. ✏️🐟🐠
Detail from my artwork for “The State of Us” – a group exhibition arranged by Illustrators Ireland and OFFSET.
So I’m part of this massive exhibition in Dublin – “The State of Us” group exhibition! Illustrators Ireland in association with OFFSET is holding a massive event – a pop-up exhibition. Friday June 16 2017 at the The Chocolate Factory, 26 King’s Inn Street, Dublin 1. Doors open 7.30pm. 90 of Ireland’s finest illustrators, painters andContinue reading “Exhibition: The State of Us, Chocolate Factory in Dublin 16th of June”
This week the Bologna Children’s Book Fair is on. On the fair, you can find Illustrators Ireland at location PAD. 25 stand: B/87. At the stand, browsers can pick up this illustration I made in the shape of a bookmark. Although I’m not going this year I plan to go visit next year. There will be so much to lookContinue reading “Bologna Book fair 2017”
Recently I was invited to participate in an exhibition focusing on the best of Irish Illustration. The exhibition is curated by Bren Byrne – one of the brains behind the huge event OFFSET held in Dublin yearly. The exhibition is installed and will run in the Gallery Space at Só Collective in Kildare throughout March 2017. Read moreContinue reading “Exhibition: ‘Colouring Between the Lines’, A Year of Irish Illustration, curated by OFFSET at Só Collective”
The ‘Matters of the Heart’ Exhibition is a group show from the members of the Illustrators Guild of Ireland. The members are using a wide range of techniques and visual styles and members specialize in every aspect of the discipline. The illustration I made – ‘Home’ is being showed alongside a wide range of otherContinue reading “Exhibition: dlr Mill Theatre Gallery, Dublin ‘Matters of the Heart’ Group Exhibition”
Just before Christmas I was asked to work to the theme “Matters of the Heart”. Having moved countries and across the world I am now glad to have found a place to call home and be with family. Where we live there’s a large mountain – Knocknarea. Perched on the top of the mountain it isContinue reading “Exhibition: ‘Matters of the Heart’ at the United Arts Club in Dublin.”