| Here are a few art websites of
interest or use.
casting symposium, an artistic venture James has been involved in
researching viking age bronze casting techniques and a major contributor
to the success of the Umha Aois bronze casting symposium.
||The blog of Headland
Archaeology, showcasing images of a reconstructed Bronze Age spearhead
James created for them. The original spearhead is dated between 1500
to 800 BC, and was found in Mullamast, Co Kildare.
Gallery, Dublin, opened in 2009 in the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
exhibiting fine arts and crafts by Irish & international artists.
- Visual Artists Ireland
(formerly the SSI) is a non-profit, artists' organisation, which represents
over 400 arts practitioners, manages open competitions for major art
commissions and organises sculpture symposia, conferences and art
||The Courthouse Art
Centre, Tinahely, where Lorraine Whelan & James Hayes exhibited
in the summer of 2005
44, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto. The centre in Toronto
houses an art gallery, darkrooms, and a resource library with slide
premier art mag.
||Fine art database
that facilitates & promotes the online exhibition & sale of artworks.
Art & Craft Co.
||All about arts and
crafts, with lots of links.
Irish Art Group
||A group of galleries
in Portstewart (NI) representing Irish Artists
Residency in Newfoundland Canada, with online gallery.
info for all your Irish art granting needs
College of Art & Design
of going back for that Fine Art MA?... I have worked here as a bronze
casting technician with Vivienne Hansbury. I have also taught an introduction
to web design course for artists.
Gallery of Ireland
what artwork is being exhibited in Dublin.
virtual art gallery.
you ever wanted to know about Limerick, plus some links to Irish artists.
for artists and administrators of Irish Art. .
art materials to the Irish art market.
agency for all projects Irish.