My painting, Matterhorn, featured on the cover of Mountains and the German Mind Tranlations from Gessner to Messner 1541-2009 Edited by Sean Ireton, Caroline Schaumann, Emory University
In light of COVID-19 I will be painting at my temporary home studio in Berlin. To see my latest works follow me on instagram and facebook, I post regularly and hope it adds some brightness and light to your day during this trying time. A Soft Day is open and functioning normally, don't forget to use your code ForTheLoveOfArt to receive your free Giclee Print. Thank you so much for supporting me during this time of uncertainty. I wish you good health and positivity. With love, Orfhlaith
What an exhilarating experience to live paint at last years Unitex-Congress at Ulm Messe. Thank you to Now Communication, Area Management and Staff Solutions for the opportunity and support.
7 & 8th September 2019
Orfhlaith Egan Art, Wüs Studio & Gallery, Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 47, 10589 Berlin
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Featured by BBuzzArt: An Artist's Perspective
Wed Oct 23rd - Mon Oct 28th 2019
Through an open call, artists were invited to submit work on Westival 2019’s theme, ‘Brittle / Fragile’. The result is an exciting and varied group show showcasing selected work from Irish and international artists, featuring sculpture, painting, drawing and photography.
The theme proved a generous, many-headed muse, with artists responding in a huge variety of ways and presenting a multiplicity of creative interpretations – personal fragility, vulnerability as strength, frailty engendering feelings of protectiveness, the brittle geopolitical landscape, the fragility and ever-increasing vulnerability of our planet….
Curator's pick: What kinds of lines have you drawn?
By Bo ryung, Rhee
We keep drawing new lines. We draw lines between people. We follow the lines on the streets. We continue to draw the lines in the air or on paper until we meet our destination. Lines which could portray you or me and mountains or sea. Shaky lines; broken and reconnected lines; overlapping and erased lines; or strong as faith yet uncertain lines; corrected and redone lines. The lines artists draw reveal their worries and the meanings behind the lines in a solid form. Line itself is a track of life. What kinds of lines have they been drawing today living under the same sky? And what kinds of lines have you drawn today? I hope your life and the lines you have drawn will merge like a piece of painting...
Kunstfestival Ortstermin 18: Hoch hinaus!
Group Show, Atelier Artacta
Live freehand painting at Ulm Messe
5th & 6th November 2019
Oberbaumbrücke Group Exhibition, Berlin
Lough Coirib 2016
acrylic paint and copper panel on canvas
The Sea, The Sky
featured in BBuzzArt's September 2018 Curator's pick