In celebration of International Women's Day and Seachtain na Gaeilge, Julie Moorhouse and Ross Stewart will unveil new works in a show entitled Mise an Tir at the Watergate Gallery on Thursday March 7th at 6pm. The exhibition reflects the sentiments of the celebrations taking place nationally with Ross's stunning landscapes and Julie's introspective and subtle drawings.
The Royal Ulster Academy's 131st Annual Exhibition came to a close last week (Nov 18). Julie was delighted to have had her sculpture,The Binding of Isaac, selected for display at the prestigious event. However, when she enquired about the arrangements for collecting the artwork she discovered that it won't be coming home. The piece has been aquired by the event's primary sponsors, KPMG.
Julie exhibits at Idionumina
Nov 16 2012
Running from the 16th to the 18th of November 2012, Idionumina was a site-specific exhibition of visual art that took place Graignamanagh, Co. Kilkenny. Seventeen artists from across Ireland were selected to respond to the history and the idiosyncratic character of the 19th Century building. Curated by Deirdre Southey and Maria Tanner, the event brought the experience of a broad range of contemporary art to the 19th Century building.
As part of the Wexford Festival Opera Fringe 2012, Julie will be on show at one of Wexford's finest private galleries. The Greenacres exhibition runs from Sat 20 October until Sat 17 November. The gallery, located in Selskar in Wexford town, is open daily (Mon-Sat 9am-10pm and Sun noon-8pm). The exhibition is a veritable of who's who of Irish art with Julie's work standing alongside many of the country's leading visual artists.