figurative explorations on cross-cultural identity, empowerment and femininity.
North Mall, Cork City 2nd - 23rd. Tuesdays to Saturdays 11am to 6pm.
is delighted to announce that the Art in the Park - Cork City
artists in residence at The Lord Mayor's Pavilion, Fitzgerald Park, Cork City,
alongside illustrator and author Alan Corbett
, it will officially open on the 1st of July 2012.
This beautiful Arts and Crafts style building will be their basis where they will create art
inspired by the park, as well as invite other Cork City artists for collaborations/exhibitions
and offer courses/workshops and arts facilitation sessions.
More information soon at:
Art in the Park - Cork City Blog
Art in the Park on Facebook
Tradigital Art series #1 is featured on HESA Inprint“I Have The Right to Freedom”Tradigital art series #1
was influenced by the great photojournalism
their humanity and by the Film Noir
directors with their gloomy grays and blacks and whites,
with their dark and inhumane side of human nature, emphasizing the brutal,
unhealthy, shadowy and dark side of the human experience.
And it was inspired by Cordel Literature
: the popular and inexpensively printed booklets
containing short stories, poems and songs, which are produced and sold by street vendors
mainly in the Northeast of Brazil
, where the artist’s mother is from.
They came from the “papel volante” tradition of Portugal and are usually
produced in black and white and illustrated with woodcuts.
talk about popular day-to-day life concerns and offer a direct insight
of the true living conditions of the population and the rituals, superstitions
and behaviors adopted in order to cope with life’s trials and tribulations.
These rituals, superstitions and behaviors repeat and repeat and repeat and numb us
to the pain but only to offer another form of “prison.”
One that we make ourselves.
Tradigital art series #1
- original pencil on paper drawings worked digitally and printed
as archival quality fine art prints on Hahnemuhle 100% Rag based paper, with pigment inks.
Signed and numbered by the artist in limited editions of 25.
is delighted and honored to have been selected for CRAFTed
Crafts Council of Ireland Education Panel which aims for the development and delivery
of training programmes relating to the Visual Arts
curriculum at primary level.
“He who binds to himself a joy
Does the winged life destroy;
But he who kisses the joy as it flies
Lives in eternity's sun rise.”
~ William Blake
artworks atUnspoken Ceremonies Exhibition
curated by Creatures of Habit
,at Parlour Gallery & Project Space
181-187 Queen's Crescent, Kentish Town, London NW5 4DS. The artist
will be at the opening reception on Friday, 3rd of February 6pm.
Alongside Gurgel-Segrillo Tradigital series #1, works by Emma Bagley, EJ Major,
Ruth Geldard, Tete de Alencar, Eleanor Taylor, Rook Floro and Justin Harrison.
will run until the 12th of February.
first fine gicleé prints
as well as her renowned woven series of contemporary jewellery
in fine silver now available at Leitrim Design House
The Dock Arts Centre, St. George's Terrace, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim
woven series in fine silver and 18ct gold at ONE GRAM OF GOLD
Exhibition December 13, 2011 - January 10, 2012
Gallery Meno Niša,
J. Basanaviciaus Street 1 / 13, Vilnius, Lithuania
“You Are Here”
Seen from above
and felt when pleasantly lost
in its cross roads, corners…
wondering the streets.
You are here
says the city map,
this is where the heart is
and with all that it carries.
H80 x W70mm
in silvers 950 and 999; and with 18ct yellow gold detail
inspired by a still then imaginary Vilnius
750 euro - SOLD
Copyright 2011 © Patricia Gurgel Segrillo.
'You Are Here' Torc at: METALOfonas First International Biennale of the Art of Metal
until 11th of November at LDS Galerija Vitrina (Vokieciu St. 2), Vilnius, Lithuania
Gurgel-Segrillo's fine prints
'I Have the Right' Exhibit
, opening November, at thePICTURE Art Foundation
Redondo Beach, California, USA
Artworks were selected from over 800 entries by the PICTURE Art Foundation
Board of Directors that illustrate a cultural interpretation of the exhibit theme, Human Rights
including art that addresses: The Right to be Free; from oppression, to choose my leaders,
to worship openly, to live in peace and to get an education - The Right to Express Myself; speak freely,
be myself and to create - The Right to Dream; anything is possible,
war can end, hunger can be eliminated -
The Right to Love; myself and the person I choose.
artworks were selected:
The Right to Express Myself
and The Right to be Free
The Exhibit will open on Wednesday, November 16th at 5:00 pm and it will run
through late Summer 2012.
PICTURE Art Foundation
, 437 Via el Chico, Redondo Beach, CA
NEW woven series
handcrafted in fine silver and 18ct gold - Online Shop
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