Old Voices, New Perspectives, Irish Cultural Centre

Gallery Details:

Irish Cultural Centre
5 Black’s Road
W6 9DT
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0)208 5638232

Email: info@irishculturalcentre.co.uk

Exhibition Details:

An Exhibition of paintings and sculptures featuring
Six Women Artists From Ireland
Olra de Bri, Julie Cusack, Ana Duncan, Margaret Egan, Hetty Lawlor and Deirdre Walsh
The exhibition run from 1st February – 31st March 2019 in Irish Cultural Centre, Hammersmith.

The exhibition was opened by

His Excellency Adrian O’Neill
Ambassador of Ireland to the United Kingdom
on Thursday 31st January 2019

Irish Arts Review Magazine Winter 2018

Margaret Egan’s exhibition “A Slice of Life” got a review in the Winter 2018 edition of the Irish Arts Review Magazine (December 2017 – February 2018).

You can also read the article in PDF format. Page 1 and Page 2.

Sunday Times

On 6th January 2018 the Sunday Times printed the above picture on the front page. It shows rehearsals in the Kevin Barry Recital Room of the NCH with Margaret Egan’s painting “The Movement of Sound” in the background.

The Big Egg Hunt for Jack and Jill

jack and jill logoThe Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation asked me, through the Solomon Gallery, to paint a fibreglass egg two and a half feet high to raise funds for their foundation. I had no hesitation in accepting as they do amazing work in providing care and support for children with severe neurological development issues, as well as offering some respite to the parents and families.
To me, the challenge of painting this egg was to try and say something about carers all over the world and not just carers but the silent masses who carry on their very difficult lives with dignity and humour. The end result was this figurative piece which I called “Their Silent Sound Holds All Creation”.

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