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The New State

Angela Gilmour in her series of black white photo-etched images of the sea shore at Baile an Sceilg evoke memories of sensory experiences, sight, sound, touch, smell.

-Dr Angela Griffith, Trinity College Dublin

Baile an Sceilg, an Coireán i and ii, were both selected by the National Gallery of Ireland and Trinity College to be shown at the Graphic Studio Gallery in parallel to the exhibition Making Their Mark' at the National Gallery of Ireland.

The selected works are part of a larger series of etchings looking at the endangered shorelines of the Wild Atlantic Way.

Baile_an_Sceilg,_An_Coireán_i
Baile_an_Sceilg,_An_Coireán_i

2019 Etching, 93x78cm framed

Baile_an_Sceilg,_An_Coireán_ii,2019
Baile_an_Sceilg,_An_Coireán_ii,2019

2019 Etching, 93x78cm framed

Baile_an_Sceilg,_An_Coireán_iii
Baile_an_Sceilg,_An_Coireán_iii

2019 Etching, 93x78cm framed

Doire_Fhíonáin_i
Doire_Fhíonáin_i

2019 Etching, 93x78cm framed

Doire_Fhíonáin_ii
Doire_Fhíonáin_ii

2019 Etching, 93x78cm framed

Virgin_Mary’s_Bank,_Inse_Duine_i,
Virgin_Mary’s_Bank,_Inse_Duine_i,

2019 Etching, 78x92cm framed

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