[7] In 2005 he was the Professor of Drawing for the Autumn semester at the Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art, Brittany, France. Oil, aerosol on Masonite hardboard. I work in both acrylics and watercolours (sometimes both in the same painting). 1999: First Prize, Drawing, 10th Íontas Small Works Exhibition, Sligo. E: infor@oliversearsgallery.com W: www.oliversearsgallery.com, His work may also be viewed at: SO Fine Art Editions, Second Floor, Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2. Here you can read about the artist and note future exhibitions, talks, lectures and events involving the artist. If you would like to find out more please get in touch by using the contact page or give me a call.

He lived in Limerick from 1968 to 1990 and he now lives and works in County Clare. He lived in Limerick from 1968 to 1990 and he now lives and works in County Clare. E: info@sofinearteditions.com  W: www.sofinearteditions.com  [prints & drawings only].

Samuel Walsh was born in London, England to Irish parents in 1951. This is the website of the Irish artist Samuel Walsh. Also born in 1934 and of this same generation are Rudi Rieber, Jean-Lin Descamps, Saim Bugay, Renzo Moreu, and Masuo Ikeda. This is the website of the Irish artist Samuel Walsh. Following an artist residency in Berlin in 2018, Walsh has made drawings, studies and paintings based on The Odyssey by Homer. -190th Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts Exhibition, Gallagher Gallery, Dublin, 27th October - 13th December 2020. The artist is represented in Ireland by: The Oliver Sears Gallery, 33 Fitzwilliam Street Upper, Dublin 2. He has been selected for all open submission exhibitions in Ireland in particular the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin annually since 1982 and eva, Limerick in the 1980s/90s. Sam Walsh Art – An Animal Passion both Fleece and Fur . He showed new paintings at VISUAL, Carlow in September 2011 entitled: 'The Coercion of Substance' that subsequently travelled to the Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Co Louth and the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Co Donegal.

All exhibitions and events are in Ireland unless otherwise stated: -'The Moyard Collection', Station House Gallery, Clifden, Co Galway, (ongoing). [2] He first showed at the 246th Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 2014.[3]. Walsh has exhibited his work in group exhibitions throughout Europe, the US and Asia. The paintings in particular follow his continued combination approach of combining line and form in equal value.

I am passionate about animals and strive to capture the character of an animal as accurately and. Hello, my name is Sam and I am a self taught artist based in the West Country. Irish painter and draughtsman Samuel Walsh (born 1951) studied art at the Limerick School of Art, philosophy at Mary Immaculate College of Education, and took his MFA at the National College of Art & Design.

He has said that in his early art school training he/we were encouraged to give our lines character. I am fascinated by the intricacies of their markings and the range of colours in their fur.

(He was inducted into the Villiers School Roll of Honour in 2012). His first one-person show was in Limerick in 1978 and since then he has held one-person shows in Cork, Carlow, Ennis, Ennistymon, and Dublin with the Oliver Dowling Gallery, the Rubicon Gallery and Hillsboro Fine Art, and one-person shows in Switzerland and France. 1999: First Prize, Drawing, 10th Íontas Small Works Exhibition, Sligo. He is one of only two Co Clare based artists with individual entries in the Royal Irish Academy/ Yale University Press, 'Art and Architecture of Ireland, Volume V, 20th Century Art and Artists'. Notes: Depicts poet, author and broadcaster Roger McGough who was a friend of the artist. The "Inferno" section travelled to CIAC, Pont-Aven, Brittany, France in May 2008 and was shown in its entirety again at Triskel@ESB: Caroline St., Cork in January 2010.

Collection: Roger McGough.

The Dinner Party 1980 Sam Walsh Oil on canvas, 152 x 152 cm Collection: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK Notes: The painting features people that were in the artist's life. In 1987 he founded the National Collection of Contemporary Drawing[1] which hangs in the Limerick City Gallery of Art. I completely lose track of time when. Since 2007 he has attempted to make paintings that combine elements of the two disciplines of drawing and painting in that each hold equal value within the composition. In November 2007 a major body of work by the artist based on 'The Divine Comedy' by Dante Alighieri opened at the Limerick City Gallery of Art. He taught drawing at the Limerick School of Art and Design from 1987 to 1997. [7], For the American educator and politician, see, National Collection of Contemporary Drawing, National Collection of Contemporary Drawing – Limerick City Gallery of Art, National Self Portrait Collection of Ireland – W, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Samuel_Walsh_(artist)&oldid=975443969, Alumni of the National College of Art and Design, Alumni of Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Articles with unsourced statements from September 2015, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 August 2020, at 15:03. He has stated that he struggled academically and did not receive good marks. I am also a bit obsessed with alpacas and sheep.

Generally I work to A4 or A3 size to keep it simple but I have also painted larger images. Born in 1934, Sam Walsh passed away in 1989. Here you can read about the artist and note future exhibitions, talks, lectures and events involving the artist. He sees the blank canvas as a theatrical space and this is often reflected in the titles of his work such as Arena, Ambit, Enclave, Proscenium, Place, and Locus; all of which indicate a space where activity takes place. He has also been a visiting lecturer to this college and to the National College of Art & Design, Dublin and the Burren College of Art, County Clare. Hello, my name is Sam and I am a self taught artist based in the West Country. -'Trasna IX', Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Co Clare, 11th December 2020 - 2nd January 2021. In these Odyssey paintings he has made the lines characters, so introducing in linear form the many participants in this famous piece of literature all of which are identified through different colours. His style has moved from an early interest in Minimalism to a combination of Post-minimalism and Lyrical Abstraction.

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1988: First Prize, Irish Exhibition of Living Art, Dublin. Collection Artist Samuel Walsh b.1951. My work is available on artist paper, canvas, canvas board and as prints. Sam Walsh's The Dinner Party features the artist with 22 others, including painter Maurice Cockrill and writers Roger McGough and Adrian Henri. Further Biographical Context for Sam Walsh.

I work from photographs so if you have a picture of a special animal companion that you would like me, Commissions from £95. In 1997 he was elected a member of Aosdána,[4] a body administered through the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon to recognise outstanding contributions by individuals to the creative arts in Ireland. 2004: Prize of the International Association of Art - Europe, IV International Biennial of Drawing, Pilsen, CZECH REPUBLIC. If I don’t answer I am probably covered in paint so please leave a message. sympathetically as I can. He lectured annually on the Drawing Studies course at the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, from 2008 to 2010. Table left, from foreground to back; Ray Hudson, artist’s neighbour; David Berry, artist’s solicitor; Nish (Christine) Ridpath; Arthur Ballard, ex-boxer and painter; Lesley Walsh, artist’s ex-wife; Joe… He was educated in London and Limerick. His work is in collections in Ireland including the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Crawford Gallery, Cork; the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon, University College Dublin, University of Limerick, Trinity College, Dublin; Office of Public Works, Dublin; National Self-Portrait Collection, Limerick;[6] University College, Cork; Leinster House, Dublin; County Collection, Ennis, County Clare; Dublin Dental School & Hospital, and in international collections in France, Croatia, Hungary, England & Switzerland.