Fine art giclée print on 308gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag. Limited edition of 100.
- Museum-quality inks and paper
- Archival lifespan of up to 200 years
- Includes a certificate of authenticity
- Your purchase directly supports the artist
My work moves between the current and the past making connections between both, and often merging these together through using multiple images of the same object or place. I am interested in symbolism of the seemingly mundane-the everyday in objects and spaces, and the emotions they provoke. Feelings of vulnerability, fragility and sentimentality are my typical starting points. The resulting work strives to draw attention to the details of the human condition, and to catalogue a sense of my own place in the world.
Photography provides the basis for my work, and many of the images I use may have been taken ten or fifteen years ago and sit in the back of my mind until the correct context in which to use them arises.
The finished work is realist in nature, usually exploiting washes and glazes, as I experiment with different opacities, with a deliberate use of colour.
Maeve Brennan lives in Dublin and is a member of Richmond Road Studios.
She graduated from Dublin Institute of Technology in 2003, with a degree in Fine Art. Since then the has exhibited throughout Ireland, to include group shows at The Royal Ulster Academy Belfast, RUA RED in Dublin, the Claremorris Open Exhibition in Co.Mayo, Cairde Visualin Co.Sligo, The Courthouse Galleryin CO. Clare and Signal Arts in Co. Wicklow. Maeve has also had solo shows at the Upstairs Gallery at The Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny, as well as the Samhlaíocht Gallery in Tralee.
She was the recipient of the Irish News Prize 2020 for her painting ‘September,’ which was exhibited as part of the Royal Ulster Academy Open at the Ulster Museum in Belfast.
Her work is held as part of the collection of the Civil Service of Northern Ireland, as well as in private collections.
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