Please see images below for the artworks kindly donated to the Drummin Bog Project Fundraiser Art Event.
Click on an image to see the full-size artwork itself and to enjoy all the artworks as slideshow.
Margaret Doyle Hobbs
Pav + Nick
Pav + Nick
Pav + Nick
Marja Van Kampen
Art O’Neill Mooney
Hanneke Van Ryswyk
Pamela De Bri
Monica De Bath
Dorothy Ellen Kitchen
Mary Clare Nolan
Mary Ann Gelly
Emma Jane Champley
The work will also be installed in VISUAL, Carlow to view from Wednesday 29th November.
Names of participating artists will be REVEALED at the sale of these works in VISUAL on Saturday 2 December 2017 from 5.30 – 7pm.
Artworks will be €30 each and frames will also be available to purchase. All proceeds will go to support the Carlow Drummin Bog Project.
Can’t Attend the Event in Visual? You can also donate to the Drummin Bog Project via PayPal or your credit or debit card.
Our deep appreciation to all the participating artists
and we do hope you can join us at VISUAL Carlow to celebrate the unique natural heritage of Carlow’s only raised bog.
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Reblogged this on The Hollywood Forest Story : An Eco-Social Art Practice | Co. Carlow Ireland and commented:
I’m delighted to be a volunteer on the committee for a new project that is celebrating County Carlow’s last remaining raised bog – Drummin Bog, near St Mullins.
It’s a great committee to be involved with and my artist colleague Jules Michaels has organised this art event fundraiser to engage the local community, many who don’t know that Carlow has a raised bog. I’ve enjoyed creating the website and online slideshow for this project and also in thinking about the power of bring art strategies to environmental projects..
As alongside the environmental studies, education, local history and access plans being organised for the bog, artistic strategies are being employed to engage the local community and visitors to the area.
From the project website:
“Funding is currently being sought to commission a suite of baseline scientific surveys and maps of the bog which will better inform and plan the future restoration of the site to active peat-forming capacity. This baseline data will initially include topographical, hydrogeological, geological and ecological. This will assist in monitoring the success of restoration measures undertaken.
Artistic strategies will also be employed alongside science activities to engage the hearts and minds of the local community to celebrate this unique natural heritage feature of South Carlow. Recording local cultural and folk histories of people who have long interacted with bog will be important. Artistic strategies to highlight the beauty and understanding of this unique natural heritage area are also planned to engage both the local community and visitors.
Overall, these science and art activities will develop the overall site at Drummin bog as a important South Carlow conservation, educational and amenity area for the local community and beyond.”
There’s a power when we bring art and science together to engage people in their environments, isn’t there?
Enjoy the artworks and please do come and support the event on Sat 2 Dec at VISUAL Carlow if you are in the area.
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