ARTISTS A-Z

Scott, Aoife

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Sex, Naomi

 

Born in Co. Cork 1976, Naomi Sex grew up in Dublin. She attained an honours
degree in Fine Art Print in 1999 from the National College of Art and
Design, Dublin, where she is currently completing her Masters studies.
She joined the Black Church Print Studio in 2000 and subsequently became a
member of the Board of Directors in 2006. Specialising in etching, her prints encapsulate the essence of particular times and places. Exhibiting these pictorial descriptions of personal slices of history allow the viewer to access a glimpse of a private version of events, akin to finding a strangers lost diary, ripping out random pages and reading them. These snippets of a life can then be experienced and re-interpreted in a public domain.

As a result of her Masters studies her practise is now expanding; it will continue to use print and its diverse technical vocabulary while encompassing a wider language of materials and media conveying concepts informed by relevant concerns in contemporary living.

Since 2000, Sex has exhibited widely nationally and internationally, in 2001 she was part of a two-man show in the Original Print Gallery, in the same year she was funded by the Arts Council to travel to New York, where she took part in a workshop at the
Bob Blackburn Print Studio in the Lower East Side. She was selected to take
part in the Newfoundland ­ Ireland artist exchange residency, where she
worked at St. Michael’s print studio in St. Johns, Newfoundland for a month in
2002. In 2003 as part of the ‘percent for arts scheme’ she was awarded a
commission by the Office of Public Works to produce a series of ten
etchings documenting the restoration of the Great Palm House in the National
Botanical Gardens. In 2005 she had a solo show at the Printmakers
Gallery, Dublin. Her work is part of numerous state collections including the
Office of Public Works, A.X.A. insurance, The Aviation Board Of Ireland, A & L
Goodbody solicitors, Chris Ryan, K.M.D. and O’ Dowd, Herlihy & Horan
architects. She currently lectures at both the Dublin Institute of Technology and the National College of Art and Design.


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Sheridan, Vincent

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Vincent Sheridan studied at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin and the Dublin Institute of Technology. He has been working as a full-time artist since 1981. From 1989 to 1998 Sheridan lived and worked as an artist in Toronto and Vancouver, Canada. He returned to Dublin in 1999. In 2007 he graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art, specialising in Video. He joined the Black Church Print Studio in 2000 and is currently a Director of the Board.

Birds (especially crows and starlings) continue to feature largely in Sheridan’s work. He is concerned with the social behaviour, flight dynamics and subliminal ‘brushstroke’ patterns of birds in flight. His images often mirror human group dynamics, modes of communication and social interactions.

Residencies include West Baffin Eskimo Printshop, Arctic Canada; St Michael’s Print Shop, Newfoundland; Cill Rialaig Art Centre, Kerry and Annaghmakerrig, Tyrone Guthrie Centre. Awards include First Prize (graphics), Claremorris International Exhibition (1989); Best Graphics Award, RHA Exhibition (1992); Ernst & Young Purchase Award (1992) and Image Now Award, Best Use of Multimedia in Fine Art (2007). Sheridan has had solo and group exhibitions in Ireland and Canada.


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Staunton, Tracy

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