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Saturday 26th of May at The Chocolate Factory, Kings Inns Street, Dublin. 2pm - 11pm.
On the 26th of May I will be in Dublin taking part at 'Painting Ladies' a one day art market with an emphasis on urban and street culture made by women. There will be fantastic stalls by individual artists showcasing art, music, jewelry, cup cakes, furniture, photography, crafts, greeting cards, theartre and short films.
If you are around Dublin on the 26th do pop by, I will be displaying a range of my handmade Jewlrery, fashion accessories, original artwork and prints.
The event is raising money for 'The Woman's Shelter Aoibhneas' Dublin.
There will be a designated music area with artists including Baque Soul Band, Dj Mojo, Dj Niamh ni Shuilleabhain and Princess Siwela.
The venue hosting this event is called The Chocolate Factory, a four-storey warehouse that will be opening officially this summer. It will be a restaurant and hostel, as well as a creative space for artists to use as a venue and studio. It is located on Kings Inns Street, around the corner from Cineworld on Parnell Street. 'Painting Ladies' will take place on the ground floor.
Making Out - The Exquisite Diversity of Desire
Making Out - The Exquisite Diversity of Desire at Gallery X, Dublin 2
Click on the poster image above to RSVP on facebook!
Harriet has a new Painting being shown in a group exhibition titled Making Out - The Exquisite Diversity of Desire in alignment with the equality referendum at GalleryX Dublin, the show opens on May 14th with a Launch Party. If you are in the city please do pop by and support this new alternative gallery space in Ireland's Capital.
The exhibition will feature original paintings and mixed media work, photography, and sculpture. A selection of artwork will also be available as limited edition reproductions.
The theme of the show is the diversity of desire and of gender identities. We believe that all types of desire and gender identity should be cherished and respected equally.
The artists were inspired by this theme to present works that cherish all forms of love and gender identity. Love between women, between men, between men and women; love between two people, five people, or many more; gender identity that spans the male and female stereotypes – all to produce wonderful and surprising combinations.
Participating artists (in strict alphabetical order):
• Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule (Australia)
• Dolorosa De La Cruz (Ireland)
• Louise Dumont (France)
• Stu Edwards Art (Canada)
• Jim Fitzpatrick Gallery (Ireland)
• Alessandro Gaggio (Italy)
* Hector Heathwood (Ireland)
• Cyril Helnwein (Ireland)
• Christian Hofer (Ireland)
• Elodie Huré (France)
• Myfanwynia's Studio (Ireland)
• Ulli Richter (Germany)
• Bruce Rimell Arts (UK)
• Darran Robinson (Ireland)
• Ar Roy (France)
• Italia Ruotolo Art (Italy)
• John Santerineross (USA)
• Katarzyna Sliwa - Inky Visions (Ireland)
• Alexandra Unger (UK)
Little bit random, I spent yesterday evening with a friend sewing cuddly carrot's, I love chilling out with a bit of hand sewing. Here is a new carrot friend I made for my husband Iliocht.
Sketch for the Lovely Lady Lauren who did my hair today...