Monday, 17 August 2009

Phil Lynott 60th Birthday Tribute Exhibition

Phil Lynott 60th Birthday Tribute Exhibition

On Thursday August 20th at 6p.m. Philomena Lynott will open an exhibition to commemorate the 60th birthday of her son Philip Parris Lynott who passed away after a short illness on January 04th 1986. To help commenorate this event The Green Gallery and Roisín Dubh Trust will have a vast selection of original works of art, limit edition prints on display and available for sale. There will also be an amazing selection of precious memorabilia on display.

On the band stand on the middle level of the Stephens Green Center we will have 2 amazing Thin Lizzy Tribute Bands to help us celebrate this momentus occasion.

'The Rockers' and 'Glyder' will be rockin away on stage from 7p.m. to 8.15p.m.

Admission is free, though a contributation to the Roisín Dubh Trust would be appreciated.

The exhibition continues until Saturday August 29th.

Click here to see some of the paintings on show on Ireland AM this morning.

Thursday, 13 August 2009

Muhammad Ali!

My tribute to the partly Irish Muhammad Ali, who will be visiting Ireland next month. Article on this can be found here.

Friday, 31 July 2009

Monday, 6 April 2009

Philip Lynott Art & Photographic Exhibition

Last Saturday April 4th was the press photo call for the First Ever Philip Lynott of Thin Lizzy Art & Photographic Exhibition to be held at The Riverside Gallery in the Bridgewater Shopping Centre Arklow, Co. Wicklow.

It takes place on Monday April 27th to Friday May 8th 2009. Admission is Free. Up to a dozen or more artists are involved, varying from caricaturists to cartoonists, from the National Press, The Beano, Walt Disney also local artists, Thin Lizzy fanatics etc.

Some of the artist involved are: Mark Baker, Niall O'Loughlin, Tom Mathews, Terry Willers, Smiley Bolger,Peter McMorine UK, Greg Hart UK, St. Pauls Gallery Birmingham,Local artists Rod Coyne, Robert Tyrell, Michael O'Connor, Peter Rees, Patrick Power and Ray Wright Photographer (Dublin).

Impressions of Philip from various artists will be on show for sale and display purposes only, also photographs of Thin Lizzy from early 1970's to 1980's. Artwork for sale will have 50% of proceeds to charity and 50% to artist.

The Gallery is Arklow newest and modern visual display area overlooking the river Avoca and Arklow town. Charities for 2009 are The Sri Lankan Orphanage Appeal, Arklow Drugs Awareness and The Roisin Dubh Trust.