The Mayo Artists’ Show is Coming Again
The Mayo Artists’ Show is a biennial exhibition that is open to all artists in the county of Mayo in Ireland. Artists can submit up to two pieces of art without providing evidence of any of the credentials that exhibitions usually require. This is great for me because I don’t have any art qualifications and I’ve never sold a piece of art in my life. I managed to get two pieces into the exhibition last time, and one the time before. Here they are (sorry about the rubbish photography):
The first one is called “Enemies at Dinas Emrys” after a story about dragons. It uses Celtic Interlace and stylized dragons. The second one is called “Cornucopia” and was produced by spraying paint through a piece of crochet and a few pieces of my childrens’ construction sets. The third one is called “Two bikes, two lights” and is a painting of the pattern made by… Can you guess?! The colour doesn’t show up very well in the photo; it’s actually more green than it looks here.
Well the show is coming around again so I’m planning two more pieces to submit. This year the entries have to be less than 20cm in any direction. This suits me very well because I naturally work small and have to make an effort to make my art big. I’ve decided to do one with Celtic interlace and one with origami and possibly some Japanese calligraphy. I hope I can get them ready in time for the submission dates (14th-16th November).
Posted on September 1, 2013, in Art, Celtic interlace, Crochet and tagged art, Celtic interlace, County Mayo, Crochet, Dinas Emrys, dragons, Ireland, knotwork, Visual Arts. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.