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A Love for Art

A Love for Art

By Cameron Hourigan I found my love for art when I was a child around 6 or 7 when I started spending most of my weekends with my friend Irene and her family. Irene and myself would usually spend our time dressing up and putting on…

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BEYOND ARMAGEDDON by Carmel Finnan

BEYOND ARMAGEDDON by Carmel Finnan

I’d just finished my morning coffee, sitting on the seat outside my back door on a golden October morning in south Co Galway. The day was mine and it stretched out into eternity – almost. My son, Julian, would be home from school in about…

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HAVE YOUR CAKE AND  EAT IT! by Eilish Hatchett

HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT! by Eilish Hatchett

May 13th 2000 I was walking through a Spanish airport when I felt a dull, weakness, crawl up the left hand side of my body, and reside in my face, I turned and looked at my friend saying’ I think I’ve just had a stroke’,…

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Be careful what you wish for… by Bernadette Larkin

Be careful what you wish for… by Bernadette Larkin

When I was a child I lived very much in my head. I lived in a world populated with books and dreamed of going to boarding school and having midnight feasts with the girls of St Clare’s. My constant companions were books, paper, pencils and…

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WORK IN PROGRESS by Mercedes Blanco

WORK IN PROGRESS by Mercedes Blanco

I have an interest in the Arts and Crafts and in working with children and young people. I started making jewelry four years ago as a way to create personalized pieces for people looking for original designs. I began using beads and wire, but soon…

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I AM an ARTIST by John Kavanagh

I AM an ARTIST by John Kavanagh

“Inside you there’s an artist you don’t know about. Say yes quickly, if you know, if you’ve known it from before the beginnning of the universe” Mevlâna Jalâluddîn Rumi On accepting the Artist For years I had become very secure in the shadows of non…

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Béatrice Robin,   ARTISTE  PEINTRE

Béatrice Robin, ARTISTE PEINTRE

Sacré et merveilleux de la Vie profonde http://beatrice-artiste-peintre.over-blog.com/ Bienvenue dans l’univers de ma peinture,dans le sacré et le merveilleuxde la Vie profonde qui nous entoureet est en nous, au centre de notre être … Welcome in my painting universe, in the sacred and marvelous of…

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Learning to Play the Concertina by Martina Bourke

Learning to Play the Concertina by Martina Bourke

Last October, I started to learn to play the concertina. Just as a chance remark brought me to Jole’s art course, one summer, years ago; a chance comment started me on this journey. The Stage is Set A recent ad campaign for a certain beer…

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From Kilkeady To Tivoli (Via Fatima) by Bernadette Larkin

From Kilkeady To Tivoli (Via Fatima) by Bernadette Larkin

Dublin, February 2011 It is the last day of February as I finally sit down to write this piece that Jole asked me to do weeks ago. The sun is shining and the sky is a bright, clear, blue. It reminds me of the colour…

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My Journey Into Creativity by Henneke Andreae

My Journey Into Creativity by Henneke Andreae

The creative process is so inherent to our lives. Has it not shaped us from the start? And was it not there ,when I watched with imagination’s creatures climbing up the patterns in the fabricof the curtains, in my very early years? From playing with…

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