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 aContinue reading “Queen Maeve’s Surf Open”
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 writtenContinue reading “Shortlisted as ‘Best Irish Published Book 2019’: The Great Irish Science Book”
Something I would love to do is to create a fully animated version of my book Murphy the Seal. So I decided to have a play with some of the illustrations from the book to create a book trailer. Here’s a little sneak peak:
Murphy the seal children’s book by Linda Fahrlin
Tom and the Watermelon children’s book by Linda Fahrlin
Every now and then Murphy and his family can be seen sunbathing together on the tidal sandbanks in the Wild Atlantic Ocean.
Who made it to the ocean today? We climbed the rocks at the sea shore and found all these patterns and tiny fossils. Found a moment in the afternoon to sketch a little bit, and bring out the acrylics. (But not enough time to finish up.)
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.”