McIntyre’s photographs are a response to traditional depictions of landscape.
One half of Ní Mhaonaigh’s first Cork solo show consists of small pink and grey paintings, while the southern aisle of this former church plays host to a series of more varied abstractions.
A publication that is as much a tribute to the depth and range of contemporary Irish writing as it is a wordy love song to the artworks from the National Gallery of Ireland that illustrate its thick, creamy pages.
Not long after joining Twitter I followed a user whose short biography on the micro-blogging site announced, “I’m going to read Ulysses, but I want to finish the internet first.”read more
My husband likes to call us hobby farmers…read more
“This is the lady who had the natural birth after a c-section!” beamed one midwife to the other as they passed each other at my hospital room door.read more