Lundbeck Art Competition 2011

OUR ARTWORKS AND THE ARTISTS INVOLVED

Matthew Colgan, Anthony Murray, Paul Lawlor, Suzanne Hyland, Jennifer Higgins, Patricia Carey, Mary Mc Guirk, & Edward Gannon all took part in the Lundbeck Art Competition for 2011. The exhibition took place in the Cow Shed Theatre, Farmleigh House in the Pheonix Park.

Suzanne piece entitled “The Odd Man” was awarded first prize and she sold her work on the opening night.

The group piece entitled “Myself & Others” was also sold to Lundbeck and will be displayed at their Dublin head office.

Well done to everyone involved, we are looking forward to creating new works of art for this years show.

“The Odd Man” By Suzanne Hyland (Mannequin Legs, Paper Mache, Acrylic Paint & Styrofoam)

“Timer Man” By Anthony Murray (Paper Mache, Acrylic Paint, Styrofoam, sellotape & mixed media)

“Face Slam” By Matthew Colgan (plaster, mirror, plywood, tile adhesive and grout)

“Myself & Others” Group Piece By  Patricia Carey, Mary Mc Guirk, Edward Gannon, Matthew Colgan, Anthony Murray, Suzanne Hyland & Jennifer Higgins (paper, PVA, varnish & table top)

    

“Cerberus Dragon” By Paul Lawlor (felt tip pens on paper)

              

Here is a link to Lundbeck’s website if you wish to learn more about this annual event – www.lundbeck.ie

© 2012 HSE/EVE

About HSE EVE Estuary

HSE EVE Estuary Centre is part of Eastern Vocational Enterprise (EVE) and is a training centre for individuals with intellectual disabilities based in Lissenhall, Swords, HSE Dublin North East. We provide a quality service to sixty four individuals.

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