This is a pencil sketch of Alice in Wonderland. The illustration is based on the original Lewis Carroll text and the aim was to create illustrations that stayed true to the original stories written by Lewis Carrol.
The graphic novel compilation Fractals, that I helped launch yesterday at the Cork World Book Festival is now available in the Cork City Library. The book was created by teenage users of the Cork City Libraries and is a credit to both the work down by the libraries and the tremendous young creative talent that we have here in Cork. Id highly recommend that you pick up a copy if you're in the Cork area!
Im very pleased to reveal details of my first solo gallery exhibition to co-incide with the launch of Ghost of Shandon this upcoming August. As was announced recently on the Arts Show on Cork FM, my debut solo gallery exhibition will be held in the Twenty Twenty Fine Art Gallery on the North Mall in Cork City from August 14th to August 25th. Original art work from the Ghost of Shandon will be on display and available for purchase.
Id like to thank the curator of the Twenty Twenty Fine Art Gallery, Sheelah Moloney for inviting me into the gallery space this August.
My recent Easter Sunday interview on the Cork FM Arts Show with Aine de Barra is now available as a podcast. Id like to thank everyone at Cork FM for supporting Ghost of Shandon and my work. You can listen online to the podcast by clicking on the following link-
April 8th -
This Easter Sunday I will be interviewed on the Cork FM Arts Show by Aine de Barra. I will be discussing the on going development of Ghost of Shandon in the lead up to the August publication date as well as the development of my own career. From working in a cardboard box factory on the old Mallow Road to studying an MA in Children's Books at the Cambridge School of Art! The Arts show is broadcast live at 7 o'clock this Sunday, April 8th. You can listen online here-