Tag: Contemporary

Be-Longing by Marta Golubowska

Be-Longing by Marta Golubowska

  Born and reared in Naas, I naturally have an aversion to Newbridge, anyone local to Kildare will know, no surprise there! Think Springfield and Shelbyville. It’s a long standing rivalry and I was always confident Naas was the superior town, until The Riverbank Arts […]

Flowers in Mixed Media – Holistic Art Workshop – Bliss!

Flowers in Mixed Media – Holistic Art Workshop – Bliss!

People always say you should be kind to yourself, I’m not sure any of us really know how to do that but every once in a while an opportunity presents itself and you know by doing it, you are ticking that box. I am not […]

Welcome Back!

Welcome Back!

Welcome Back to my blog, that’s directed at both you and me! Whatever you read, the experts all agree to make a blog interesting and keep readers engaged you must write consistently. So what does Kate do, write once a week for 8 months, build […]

Art on Fabric

Art on Fabric

I love original things in my home and I really love design and pattern. If I love these things, I am hoping lots of other people do too!

SF MOMA…Come with an Open Mind & Leave With So Much More

SF MOMA…Come with an Open Mind & Leave With So Much More

It has been a pretty hectic September for me so far, with lots going on. I am just back from San Francisco. It was one of those once in a lifetime things where Ken was going on business, I offered to carry his bags, and he […]

Goodbye My Pretties…

Goodbye My Pretties…

This is just a very short post to show you two pieces I waved goodbye to this week. Both are off to enjoy life somewhere away from me and I wish them every happiness in their new homes 🙂

From Sex & The City NYC to Rathmines

From Sex & The City NYC to Rathmines

The first time I encountered performance art was in an episode of Sex & The City, when Carrie goes to Chelsea to see a woman not talking or eating for 16 days.

Pipilotti Rist…Expect the unexpected

Pipilotti Rist…Expect the unexpected

When I was researching my High Hopes series, I came across the work of Swiss born artist Pipilotti Rist. I love how she addresses topics but it was not until recently I saw her work in ‘real life’.