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1. Exhibitions


Art Exhibitions - individual and group, include: 

2009. Five Artists - Five Art Therapists. Public art exhibition of studio group art-based research & reflective practice. ARTTANK Gallery, Belfast. 5-18 December 2009. Joint exhibition.

Contributed to The Gun Sculpture installation: artists Sandra Bromley & Wallis Kendal.
Its exhibitions have included:
      2000, Canadian Premier, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada;
      2000, World Premier, Canadian Pavilion, Expo 2000, Hanover, Germany;
      2000/2001, Nobel Peace Prize Celebration, Seoul, South Korea;
      2001, The Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, Canada;
      2001, United Nations Headquarters, NYC, U.S.A.


1996. Exhibited in the NIGAT 20th Anniversary Members’ Exhibition: Insight Inmind, Higgin Gallery, Malone House, Barnett Park, Belfast.

1995-97 Exhibitions with, and design of Exhibition catalogue for, Ben Madigan Art Society.

1995 Ulster Folk and Transport Museum - artwork commissioned and exhibited in the Famine exhibition.

1992 Ulster Folk and Transport Museum - artwork commissioned and exhibited in the Railway exhibition.

1990's ARTco: several successful exhibitions, Belfast - a local group of artists.


2. Art Publications include:

Graduate School of Education (2006) Conference brochure for SIPE International Congress. Belfast: Graduate School of Education, Queen's University Belfast. [Artwork in brochure].

Graduate School of Education (2005) Conference brochure for First UK Conference on Arts-Based Educational Research. Belfast: Graduate School of Education, Queen's University Belfast. [Artwork in brochure].

Gaelach, A.C. et al (2000) A Flavour of Our Past. Northern Ireland: Gaelach & Earcain. [Illustration reprinted.]

NIFHS (1997) Mallusk Memorials. A record of the memorials in the ancient graveyard at Mallusk, Newtownabbey, County Antrim. Belfast: Belfast Branch of the North of Ireland Family History Society. [Front cover and interior illustrations, artwork, design, maps.]

NIFHS (1994) Carved in Stone. A record of the memorials in the ancient graveyard around the Church of the Holy Evangelists (C.O.I.) at Carnmoney, Newtownabbey, County Antrim. Belfast: Belfast Branch of the North of Ireland Family History Society. [Front cover and interior illustrations, artwork.]

NIFHS (1994) Logo. North of Ireland Family History Society.

Nelson, Terence (Compiler) (1992) An Index to ‘On the Shining Bann’ by R. M. Sibbett. Ballymena / Draperstown: Braid Books & Moyola Books. [Front cover illustration.]

Sibbett, R. M. (1991) (reprint of 1928 original) On the Shining Bann. Ballymena / Draperstown: Braid Books & Moyola Books. [Front cover and interior illustrations.]

Interphase (1980's) Tesseract 1-5. Belfast: Mourne Press. [Front covers & illustrations].

Interphase (1980's) Travel and High Adventure. Belfast: Mourne Press. [Front cover & illustrations].

Founding partner of Mourne Press and Interphase which published a series of Science Fiction / Fantasy magazines with sales to Britain, Europe, America and Australia.

Extra Mural Department (1980-81) Illustrations for Study Tour booklet: Ancient Roman sites in North Africa. Belfast: Queen’s University, Belfast.

Extra Mural Department (1980-81) Illustrations for Study Tour booklet: Ancient Greek sites in Greece. Belfast: Queen’s University, Belfast.

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