Queen Maeve’s Surf Open

Illustration for Queen Maeves Surf Open.
The Irish Warrior Queen, Maeve, is said to be resting in a cairn on the top of  Knocknarea. Now, I know you are supposed to look at the waves when you are out in the water. However, I often find myself looking in overland. Especially days when there’s a very particular piercing light over Knocknarea. I think Queen Maeve is looking out for the surfers from up there. Moving far away from home is never easy but the community in this little beautiful place in the North West Coast of Ireland have opened their arms and hearts. May the waves be with you. X
P.S. After requests I have put the prints in the online shop, and you’ll find them here.

Shortlisted as ‘Best Irish Published Book 2019’: The Great Irish Science Book

The Great Irish Science Book!
For the last couple of months, I have had the pleasure of working with Luke O’Neill, who as it happens, not only is a Professor of Biochemistry in the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin but also super good at explaining complex things! Together we have written and illustrated a book that will take you on the greatest journey of them all. From the very big to the very small travel through the wonders of the universe, the mysteries of the human body, and the tiny world of molecules. A thrilling and engrossing book packed with fascinating phenomena, vibrant illustrations by yours truly, and heaps of fun facts.
Thanks to the team at Gill Books it is now available for pre-order at Easons Ireland & DubrayBookswww.bit.ly/EasonTGISB and www.bit.ly/DubrayTGISB
#TheGreatIrishScienceBook #GillBooksAW19

Featured:
Irish Times

 

Busy Making Magic

Over the last couple of months, I have had the pleasure of focusing on a lovely piece of work. This Thursday at 10am (GMT+1) you’ll find out more about it, that is all I can say for now.

Exhibition, United Arts Club, Dublin

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 Nolan
Niamh Sharkey Author and Illustrator
margaret anne suggs illustration
Mario Sughi
Fintan Taite

The invite is by Alan Dunne.

All welcome!

Thank You

Thank You for visiting me at the House of Illustration Summer Fair, in Kings Cross, London. It is always nice to meet up, hear what you have been up to,  and get inspiration and share experiences with everyone visiting! I hope to see you soon again. Until then – better get stuck in with one of the new projects I have coming up. Promise to tell you more on that later.cropped-linda-fahrlin-illustration-atlantic-art-studios-portrait-667x667

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