Lets talk about Canva – What is Canva? For those new to Canva, Canva is a free (almost free) graphic-design tool website available for aspiring designers. Its compatible with all major Social Media platforms. How best to describe Canva. It’s visual, colorful, user friendly, fun and some would argue too rich for my blood. But hey … More Canva is Awesome!!! – Re-blog from my students
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Happy belated 4th of July! In the interest of political correctness, I won’t mention exactly to whom I am wishing that to or what exactly it’s celebrating. When you can’t win awards, draw them. I’ll be gooone. In a day or twoooo. This is why you don’t become friends with jellyfishes.…
Ghostly painting #fengshui #arnolfini #burren #love Bit of collage, why not #nz Saw this from my bed and was like, that’s interesting #random
While going through my old photos I found this. Its a photo of my Degree show space. The Memories!
Tah-Dah: Ideas akimbo So I have started drawing again. I am working on a few mini pieces, but I had an idea about collaborating with a few people to get the ball rolling, in that I would start a few pieces, and have someone else finish them off, as a creative experiment. We would probably … More Making things pretty again: Me Vs You
What I Learned today… Today is a great day. Today is the day I realised, “You know what Keith? You actually are great”. I also learned that is is ok to say no, and that whatever life throws my way, I will always get through it. I learned that I am a strong and confident … More The true meaning of November 7
Quite an apt thought. Drinking makes things so much better, and so much worse. It is something that we do to cheer ourselves up, or to hide and mask the harsh truth of reality (just for you Biffo). Its something thats very much part of City life, whether one partakes on a sociable one with … More Drinking Shampain…to forget Yesterday…
Hello, it’s been some time… Ok so obviously I have not posted here in quite some time. I have been quite busy the past while, having a chest infection, Buying the iPhone 4, moving house, organising a conference for Art teachers, Cancelling Sky (sorry George) and getting UPC (NTL) in, and having to ring them … More Where did we go George, where did we go?
One of the First Galleries I ever attended outside the major Galleries in Dublin, back when I was in Stillogan College in 2001, was the Bridge Gallery on Dublin’s Ormonde Quay. It was a nice little venue, which housed work of living artists in a variety of fields; Ceramics, Painting, Textiles, Print etc… the list … More The Ever Changing City
Back to (Red) square one So today I decided I would go back and have a look at the Graduate Exhibition of my old University NCAD. I have to say I was quite surprised, I really enjoyed a lot of the work, but some of the areas which I normally find amazing, really weren’t. As … More NCAD Graduate show