New Stone works for Dublin Biennial 2014 at CHQ Building

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New Work, past exhibitions

I’m delighted to say that I will be exhibiting two works at this year’s Dublin Biennial. The theme is an environmental one and curator Maggie McGee was speaking to Cathy who told Maggie about my vegetable-inspired, organic sculpture from local stone.

The Artists  Reception & Minister’s welcome is on Thursday
June 2014 – 5-7pm which I will be attending- All welcome!!

The exhibition runs 13th June – 22nd June 2014
CHQ Building, IFSC, Docklands, Dublin 1

See the latest details on the RTE NEWS!! and in the Independent below

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Private Preview
June 2014 – 5.30-7.30pm
The Gallery will be open daily 12-6.30pm

The Dublin Biennial 2014 is an International Contemporary Art Exhibition featuring the works of 55 International and National Artists.
In addition to the gallery space, the Biennial will present film screenings, along with a series of performances, workshops and discussion groups throughout the course of the exhibition.
Further details will be published here over the coming weeks.

For further information, please email
or phone +353-(0)86 172 7285

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Martin Lyttle is a recognised Irish stone sculptor. With a sensitivity to the local lithology of an area, Martin works only with local Irish stone from quarries or found stone. He is interested in organic shapes and forms especially those found in nature. Much of his work is hand-polished so his works are wonderful to touch and hold. His work has been selected for the Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibitions and he has completed large scale public and private commissions. He is a member of FORM designmade in Carlow and the Blackstairs 9 Stones Artists Groups.

One thought on “New Stone works for Dublin Biennial 2014 at CHQ Building”

  1. Pingback: Final polishing of Fucus for 9 Stones Artists show in Borris | Martin Lyttle

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