Chelsea to West Ham

August 13, 2011

Below is a new Print titled ‘River Thames (Chelsea to West Ham)’. It is an archival digital inkjet print with Silkscreen printed elements. The image has been drawn within the computer – from a short length of rope that was found whilst ‘mud-larking’ on the shore of the River Thames in Wapping.

 

 

 

 

 

This print can be bought from ‘Oran O’Reilly Prints’

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New work

July 22, 2011

I though I’d post an image from some new drawings I have been working on. They are a culmination of manipulated digital drawings that are then projected and drawn from..

Out in the Cold

July 22, 2011

This is an image of a work (bottom image) I will be showing at the Mall Galleries in the ‘Bite’ exhibition. It is a combination of Digital inkjet drawing and Silkscreen. The photo was taken in my studio.

I will be exhibiting work in the exhibition ‘Bite’ at the Mall Galleries from the 24th August.
‘BITE is a new contemporary printmaking show, showcasing the most exciting prints by artists working in a range of different printmaking methods.’

Trace

July 1, 2011

I have organised the production of a box set of prints entitled ‘Trace’. The box set includes 13 of my graduating Printmedia students and staff (including myself) from MMU as well as invited artists Andrew Bracey, Alison Erika Forde (image) and Laurence Lane. More details can be found on the Printmedia blog . All sales will benefit print students at MMU.
Oran O'Reilly, Alison Erika Forde, Print

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Talking Prints at ArtLab

February 15, 2011

I will be talking about my work at ArtLab, Preston as part of the Talking Prints programme. The talk is on 16th February 2011.

Burger Barbarism

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Final-The Moment of Privacy Has passed Invitation

Showing in the exhibition ‘The Moment of Privacy has Passed’ at the Usher Gallery, Lincoln.

The exhibition of contemporary artists / designers / architects sketchbooks includes Grayson Perry and Simon Faithful. The exhibition is curated by John Plowman and is open from 11th Dec 2010 – 6th March 2011.