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Carmel Mooney


l'Association Volcanologique Européenne

l'Association Volcanologique Européenne

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Employment History


Lincoln Gallery

Artistic Director

Daon Scoil

Tyrone Guthrie Centre

Bank of Ireland Arts Centre

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Carmel Mooney :: Irish Artist

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Carmel Mooney began to emerge as a serious painter within the Irish art world with her first solo exhibition at the Lincoln Gallery, Dublin, in 1983. Her early work reflected a childhood affinity with the countryside, expressed in landscape paintings of bogs, fields and cattle, and still life paintings including a recurring subject, birds. A lecturer in the History of Painting, she was also Artistic Director at Daon Scoil, An Daingean, from 1981 to 1991.

In 1989 she spent time at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig, Co Monaghan, concentrating on strengthening the structure of her painterly work, in particular the role of line. A year later a visit to Lanzarote introduced her to its volcanic landscape, and she subsequently returned many times to work there. These two events proved a significant turning point in the development of her work and heralded the introduction of her volcanic series of paintings, first shown at an exhibition in Dublin in 1993. A fascination with volcanoes has also taken her regularly to the still active Mount Etna in Sicily. She is a member of l'Association Volcanologique Européenne.

Carmel Mooney :: Irish Artist

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Carmel Mooney's glass installation 'Firebirds', which was premiered at the Waterford International Glass Art Festival (see below), was exhibited at the Crafts Council of Ireland premises. This exhibition also included several paintings by Carmel Mooney.

Waterford - Summer 2002 The first International Glass Art Festival 'Artists-in-Glass' was held in six venues in Waterford City (July - October 2002) and artists from 12 countries were represented by over 300 works in glass. A feature of this exhibition was the major glass installation 'Firebirds' created by Carmel Mooney when she collaborated with the Glass Masters of the Berengo Foundation in Murano, Venice, where this work was realized. A number of relevant paintings were also shown in the Garter Lane Gallery during this event.
Carmel Mooney represented Ireland in the Murano Venezia Europa exhibition, in the European Parliament Building, which exhibited a work in glass by one artist from each of the 15 European countries and which and which travelled throughout Europe.
Rome - March 2000 By invitation of the Fondazione Murisa Bellisario works by Carmel Mooney were exhibited in the Museo Vittoriano in Rome in Spring 2000.
Dublin - June 2000 Presented a solo exhibition of work in the Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, as part of the Anna Livia International Opera Festival, to which she was artist-in-residence.

Carmel Mooney :: Irish Artist

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Artist Carmel Mooney was born in Kilkenny, Ireland and lives and works in Dublin. She has painted for over 30 years and has also worked in glass for the last 10 years. Her work has been exhibited in Ireland, London, throughout Europe and in Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan.

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