The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre

Aidan Flanagan

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Our 12th Artist being featured in our Open to Art Series is Aidan Flanagan who exhibited here in 2017.

Aidan Flanagan is a Meath based printmaker who specialises in creating original prints of the landscape of Ireland, real and imagined. Aidan learned the art of screen-printing on his own during late 1990's, learning further printmaking techniques through a series of workshops in Graphic Studio Dublin during 2012. He creates all his work from his home-based studio in Ratoath, Co. Meath.

Near Sheephouse, Co. Meath 44cm x 34cm (Framed) €250. Carborundum and drypoint print
Connemara Dusk 44cm x 34cm (Framed) €250. Carborundum and drypoint print
Achill Gloaming 44cm x 34cm (Framed) €250. Carborundum and drypoint print
Alcock and Brown finally see land near Clifden 52cm x 38cm (Framed) €360. Screenprint with watercolour chine colle
Grianstad an Gheimhridh, Bru na Boinne 80cm x 63cm (Framed) €475. Carborundum and drypoint print

Since my solo exhibition at the Easter Snow Gallery in the Seamus Ennis Arts Centre, I have continued with my printmaking.
I have had a Joint Printmaking Exhibition with fellow printmaker Marie Louise Martin, at Kilcock Art Gallery. I have also been accepted as a member of the Watercolour Society of Ireland, and have exhibited with them at Farmleigh Gallery in the Phoenix Park.
The recent good weather, in association with the Covid 19 Pandemic response, has knocked me off my stride as a printmaker. I found it hard to focus on the printmaking. Instead, I have concentrated on gardening and developing Bonsai Trees. Slowly, I am being drawn back to the studio!

If you would like more information on any of the prints being exhibited please do not hesitate to contact Colette on (087) 9697054.




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